Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Rich and warm to light and bright!

On one of my many excursions to my local thrift stores, I came across this lovely frame.


Although it is plastic, I couldn't pass it up.  It is an 11 x 14 for 2 bucks.  I really love all the details.  Once I took out the print, it was a breeze to clean.  Being plastic, I was able to suds it up in the kitchen sink.  After I got all the dust washed off, I pulled out one of my many cans of white spray paint.  (I think have about 4 cans of white alone.) 

After a few coats, she was ready to hang.


Much better don't ya think?  I could use a little glaze to bring out the details but I don't want it to take away from the picture of my treasures!  I can always do that later.  Now I have the perfect frame for a perfect picture!

I plan on sharing at some parties.  I will be editing to add them as I link up.





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9 comments:

  1. What a great find. I wish I could find frames that elaborate for $2.

    Please feel free to stop by my blog and enter my 50 card set giveaway.

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  2. Very nice! I actually have 2 plastic frames waiting to do the same thing.. once I get round to it. take care, maryann

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  3. Very pretty frame and I would not have know it was plastic if you didn't say so.

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  4. Lovely frame. Lovely photo. (Visiting from The Shabby Chic Cottage.)

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  5. It looks great! And you can't beat that for two bucks! Vanna

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  6. Great treasure! It's beautiful.

    Hugs & Blessings ~Wendy

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  7. Great frame re-do!!

    Just wanted to let you know I featured your upcycled t-shirt dress on my round tuit post this week at:

    http://jembellish.blogspot.com/2011/01/round-tuit-32.html

    Thanks so much for linking up! I hope you have a lovely week.

    Jill @ Creating my way to Success
    http://jembellish.blogspot.com/

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  8. a girl after my own heart!
    I love to buy interesting looking frames at thrift stores (plastic, wood or any other material) and spray paint them white too.
    Don't they look fresh and beautiful when you do that?

    Lori

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