Serving collage

December 1st, 2009 in member junk     
familytreehunter familytreehunter, member
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I bought this serving tray at thrift store..took pictures of historical people and places ..cut from magazines..glued them down ..coated with glue to create the old wrinkled look to photos.  Added a hanger to display on wall.

Pattern or design used: My own design
posted in: member junk, wood, artwork, study, office, historical

Comments (4)

suewhitney writes: Welcome to JMS, we're all happy you are here. Very clever and beautiful faelift for an old tray. Great job! Thanks for posting and have fun on the site.

Be Well,
Sue Posted: 12:44 pm on December 2nd
shabbychick writes: Nice job - I love collages too. Welcome to JUNKMARKET Style - hope you have lots of junk fun here!

Thanks for sharing!

Kathy Posted: 10:47 am on December 2nd
AnnamaeB writes: When standing at the entrance of a gilded Victorian home, you may be greeted by an exquisite door knocker, a hand-wrought device that makes the electric door bell seem tacky. You see, achieving authentic Victorian decor is all about the accessories. There is a wide range of eras and influences from which Victorian decorating comes from, including classical, gothic, oriental and Italian styles, yet it has a character all its own. Maroon, plum, green, brass and gold were popular, and can be found in modern interpretations of Victorian accessories like wallpaper, furniture and more. Finer details include things like clever key holders, antique mail slots, and leafy rosettes. Posted: 12:21 am on December 2nd
MakinItHappen writes: Two of my favorite things: trays and collages. Nice! Posted: 2:02 pm on December 1st
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