Tuesday, June 15, 2010
hello hello :)
You don't know how happy I was reading your comments about our new frame wall. :)
I think it made me even happier knowing it inspired some new frame project in your home too. Thank you kindly xoxo
Now as promised, better pictures of said framed wall and some close up shots along with detailed particulars to help you along with your project.
Embroidered Red bird in frame .25 cents thrifted find.
Frame Risers each $16.00 from Pottery Barn
Set of 7 Vintage inspired Keys $19.00 from Pottery Barn
Small Black frame on sale ( from about 5 years ago) $2.00 from Pier 1 Imports
Framed Vintage Fabric (Red & Yellow) thrifted find for $1.00
Framed Butterfly a purchase from my trip to Ho Chi Minh Vietnam $2.00
Framed Hand Drawing ( A charcoal & pencil self portrait of my hand I drew back in collage. I'm still surprised I kept it this long )
White & black mini frames on sale at Target ( back a 5+ years ago )
Metal "R" $16.00 from Melrose Vintage Originally the letter was off white, but never fear, a little spray paint love made it so much brighter :)
Ribba Shadow Box Frames price range $9.99 to $16.00 from IKEA
I'd like to just say that even if you don't find "exact" frames now in stores, just wait a bit. Shop thrift stores for inexpensive frames. Back in the day I hadn't yet started shopping at thrift stores. I know very well now, I should've. I would've saved money and I love saving money :)
Just a little close up at a shadow box frame I put together in less than 5 minutes. Don't think too hard about what to fill your frames with. You know what you like. Chances are you have "stuff" you love laying around your home already. Give them a new fancy place to shine in a frame :) I love doilies, vintage paper & buttons and a roll of vintage measuring tape. I simply put all the papers, picture and even the doily together with simply scotch tape. Then dropped in the buttons and measuring tape for fun.
And just for fun, a little book & origami love. I thought my little seagull would look nice sitting amongst pictures.
I also had some questions regarding my little corner love in my studio. I have most of the item information in this post here
Now get your cute little hammer out and nail your heart out!
I wish you the best and most happiest framed wall ever
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i have those keys from PB! love them and your wall! xo! :)
We're getting ready to paint and set up our bedroom. This is do-able! Thanks for the inspo!
love it so much!
I love those, they really look amazing!
Debee, I love it! I really love that the R is so big, and not just an accent. Wonderful.
My mind is reeling -- so many awesome ideas! Thanks!
love that R - yeah for a little paint! I have a tendency to do the same thing in our little apartment in Berlin... so it's rather bright!
and it withstood the earthquake! ... love ya ;)
gorgeous! love the frame with all the buttons.
Beautiful wall! I particularly love the buttons in the picture frame:)
You have a great eye! Everything is put together so well. This looks amazing!
Happy new follower,
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