Inspired by JUNK MARKET

August 29th, 2010 in member junk     
Man_ito_ba Man_ito_ba, member
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My Latest Project -  Old Window Frame  The Finished Result .I used an old window found by the fence to make this picture frame!  Cost me Only $5.00  .. the Frame itself wasnt in the best of shape. Was covered with mud , and side of the frame was broken. Whats a little water and soap and a bit of glue wouldnt fix .Just a stroke Of  white paint  Just enough to keep the Old effect of the frame. Then , I went out and got One of My Photography printed out into Sepia format ( for $11.00 ) . I think It all works well together.
My Latest Project -  Old Window Frame  The Finished Result .I used an old window found by the fence to make this picture frame!  Cost me Only $5.00  .. the Frame itself wasnt in the best of shape. Was covered with mud , and side of the frame was broken. Whats a little water and soap and a bit of glue wouldnt fix .Just a stroke Of  white paint  Just enough to keep the Old effect of the frame. Then , I went out and got One of My Photography printed out into Sepia format ( for $11.00 ) . I think It all works well together.

My Latest Project - " Old Window Frame " The Finished Result .

I used an old window found by the fence to make this picture frame!  Cost me Only $5.00  .. the Frame itself wasn't in the best of shape. Was covered with mud , and side of the frame was broken. What's a little water and soap and a bit of glue wouldn't fix .Just a stroke Of " white paint " Just enough to keep the Old effect of the frame. Then , I went out and got One of My Photography printed out into Sepia format ( for $11.00 ) . I think It all works well together.


My Latest Project - " Old Window Frame "

I used an old window found by the fence to make this picture frame!  Cost me Only $5.00  .. the Frame itself wasn't in the best of shape. Was covered with mud , and side of the frame was broken. What's a little water and soap and a bit of glue wouldn't fix .Just a stroke Of " white paint " Just enough to keep the Old effect of the frame. Then , I went out and got One of My Photography printed out into Sepia format ( for $11.00 ) . I think It all works well together.


Pattern or design used: My own design
posted in: member junk, wood, cottage, white, kitchen, frame, living room, bedroom, entry, bathroom

Comments (9)

Man_ito_ba writes: Thank you all for taking the time to view my Project, and for your support and comments showing .. . Hugs Posted: 9:12 pm on August 31st
junkermidge writes: Great use for that old frame!
Midge Posted: 8:35 pm on August 31st
chippingcharm writes: Looks great...yes, the perfect frame for sure! Laurel Posted: 2:40 pm on August 31st
alicemom writes: Your photography is beautiful. You found the perfect frame.
smiles, alice Posted: 11:25 pm on August 30th
RustyDiva writes: I'm a big fan of your photography - glad you found the perfect frame! Posted: 1:19 pm on August 30th
MimiToria writes: Your photography is awesome in this frame. Nice save!
Gretchen Posted: 8:11 am on August 30th
54girl writes: Very pretty! I love old windows too and this turned out great! Mary Posted: 11:51 pm on August 29th
CottageElements writes: You did a great job on this. I love old windows as frames, and the sepia print makes it extra special!

Lani Posted: 6:01 pm on August 29th
suewhitney writes: Stunning!! The sepia plays very well with the old window...

Take care,
Sue Posted: 11:58 am on August 29th
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