Thursday, September 2, 2010

Vintage Inspiration Friday

Hi Bloggerettes!  Do you like vintage frames painted white and hung on the wall?  I thought so.  To me they are works of art within themselves.  All it takes to create them is a can of white paint!
Look for frames that are ornate with interesting carvings.

Aren't they fun to hang on the wall just the way they are?
How about using a vintage plate rack?

I'm joining Debra at Common Ground for her lst Vintage
Inspiration Friday.  Be sure and stop by her blog to see all the wonderful participant's blogs.

Don't forget to enter my Blog Anniversary Giveaway.
I'll be announcing the winner Sept. 12



Debra@Common Ground said...

Can't get much better than a shabby white frame...unless there's a bunch of them! Sissie, thanks so much for coming out to the party, love and appreciate you!! (now I'm just gettin' mushy)! Have a great holiday weekend! Hope Earl isn't heading near you!

Bree said...

Thanks for stopping by with your positive comments..I appreciate them. I think I need you to come help me place all my goodies in my dining room! haha


Sharon Wengel said...

Love your shabby white frames, and your giveaway bird cage is to die for. I'm a new blogger and this is the first comment I've made, I love your style !
Sharon's Wannabe Cottage

stefanie said...

what a great idea!!!!!!!!

Allison Shops said...

Your frames are so pretty, and displaying them in a plate rack was genius.


Barbara said...

Love those white vintage frames! Thanks for sharing them with us and giving us all some inspiration.

Hugs XX
Moore Whimsies

Nancy said...

Very neat frames and I like them in the vintage plate rack!!


Dee@FrenchBleuVintage said...

Oh no!! this is killing me - Im having a tag sale tomorrow and getting rid of a few frames like those except they are gold. I will probably never get around to painting them - so I feel like they should go ~ but after seeing how gorgeous yours are - Im taking them off the truck.

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

The frames are beautiful! You always make me chuckle-thanks:@)

Blondie's Journal said...

Your frames turned out beautiful and I love the plate rack idea. You have SO many original ideas...what an inspiration!


BellaRosa said...

Sissy amor, how I have missed visiting your beautiful blog :) I am slowly getting back to visiting all my favorites as lil tufts of time become mine again :) I love how your frames came out, they look so lovely the way that you displayed them! I have a hard time painting frames...especially the old gilt wood ones...but it is because besides being a frufru girly girl...I am a GAUDY frufru girlie girl :) I know, I know...feel for my amor...he has to live w/all my wonderful Gaudiness ;) Hope all is well with you & yours :) Grazie for your visits and lovely thoughts for our daughter & family, they meant the world to us :) She is btw doing amazing! Besos, Rose

The Polka Dot Closet said...

I love empty frames. In my antiques booth I use to hang pictures, but did not sell to many as it is such a personal item as far as what people like and colors. Now I just have a big wooden crate full of MT white frames, the more ornate the better!


Donna said...

Hi Sissie,
Those frames sure would look great in my house! I really love how you have displayed them in the dish rack! I would never have thought of that, love it!

trash talk said...

Clever and different to place them in the plate rack. Really makes them pop. I kept thinking while I was reading..."I was framed I tell ya!".

clustres said...

Pretty vintage white frames just make me weak in the knees!

Paula said...

Hi Sissie! these are so pretty, I love the plate rack idea, very creative!

Sherrie said...

My friend does the same with all gold frames. Her ceilings are over 20 feet high so she has a lot of wall space. It does make a nice and easy way to decorate. Not a lot of money for a high impact design. Again Congrats on your anniversary.

Linda @ A La Carte said...

They are so pretty and I love the vintage plate rack! White is just so gorgeous and helps you see the details. Beautiful as always Sissie!!

Himmelriket said...

Lovely frames...

Riet said...

Hi Sissie. I love those frames and it is such a good idea how you display them. Looks grreat. Have a nice weekend

Tarnished and Tattered said...

Hey Sissie,
Love the idea of putting the frames in the dish rack. Very clever girlfriend, I'll be borrowing that one.
PS I remember the pink chair!

LuLu Kellogg said...

Girl, I would paint anything's my fave! These frames look amazing!


robyn said...

I agree, THEY are works of art and yours are LOVELY! So glad you shared this on Common Ground!

Dorthe said...

Sissie, they are realy wonderfull, painted in white,architectural beauties ,able to stand all allone-----
Hugs, Dorthe

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