I had two picture frames without glass that needed some tlc so I painted them Heirloom white, bought glass, mats and had 2 of my own photos enlarged to make a new look.
Here is the first frame that was spray painted gold.
It has beautiful carving all around it.
Now painted. Much better.
A close up of the carving.
The new look with a sepia toned photo.
This frame had been painted black and is very old. It has pretty carving on it as well.
This is a very old print that was given to my great uncle's father in 1857
when he was 5 years old! It is a print, not a painting, in the primitive style. It says at the bottom
(after Alexander Blaikley)
The frame is hand made, the glass is original with all the bubbles and lines in it, and the back is
hand carved wood with pencil writing of the different owners passing it down the generations.
This picture is now 153 years old!
There won't be any makeover for this picture!
My version of French-style sacks.
We found these in my mother-in-law's attic - empty! We have no
idea where they came from but I thought they'd make cute pillows
and are a conversation piece, for sure.
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