Wednesday, April 11, 2007

Fabulous Frames...



Here are some frames I made a la Mrs. Corey Moortgat . I borrowed the idea from her Somerset Studio article in the Nov/Dec 2006 issue . I removed the glass from the first frame to take the picture. I love that dragonfly:) Both of these are 8 by 10 by 2 in size. These are SOOO much fun. I am in love the idea of them and the endless possibilities for embellishment and color scheme. I can't stop making them! (The fact that the young gentleman who cuts the wood at the Hardware store is totally cute doesn't hurt either!:) Thank you for your wonderful talent Corey. Stop on by her blog and see all the beautiful memories she creates for her two little sweetie pies!

14 comments:

Ulla said...

Jamie! Thanks for the 'doll clinic' link, wow! Is that your bid on it? I wonder what it will go for? Start price of $1.00, hard to believe... Your 'Corey' frames are wonderful , as are the collages! Thanks again for visiting and linking!!!

Corey Moortgat said...

Hi Jamie, Thanks so much for letting me know about your frames inspired by my article! I'm happy for you to post them here! And I love your idea of putting the dragonfly hook on the bottom- multipurpose frame!

Angela said...

How beautiful these are!
*HUGS*

"Early Bird" said...

Just now catching up to your blog...my bloglines did not hi-light that you had posted...grr!!
I love everything you do...I've thought of doing a frame...but I need to get off the computer first...lol!!

Melissa Lobdell, Little Melfred's Studio said...

I love your frames and the fabulous collages they are framing!!! xo-Melfie

Pam Aries said...

Whoa.. how did I miss a couple of your posts! I love all your neat art ! Cool! you have been quite the artista ! It has been pretty chilly here ..but getting warmer tomorrow. today was overcast, so no Charleston pics! Later ...sistah
!!!

Lori said...

This is just way too fabulous. The papers, the color, that baby, the dragonfly...LOVING IT!! You might want to stop and see me, I have posted a little peek of somethin' somethin' that you might be interested in.

Karin (creativechaos) said...

I have that same issue and fell in love with them too! You did a great job! So cute! I really have to try one of those...and I even have my own personal carpenter at home to cut my wood!:)

Tricia Scott said...

jamie, thank you so much for the kind comments on my last post. i so appreciate that you visit! love the frames that you made. i made a few for olivia---i didn't have quite as much luck at home depot with the cute wood cutter...maybe next time!

Miz Smoochie Lips said...

Oh wow, those are fantabulous!! I love it! That gets my mind spinning...

FrostingsNSparkles said...

Those are fantastic, Jamie! Lots of fabulous stuff I've missed this week!! You did such a beautiful job on those!!! Thanks again *mwah*

amyelisedesigns said...

Your frames are so amazing! They look like a lot of fun to make!

Kathrine said...

These are absolutely fabulous!! I love the colors and patterns you used. Just wonderful!

Heather - Speckled Egg said...

love these frames! i have that project on my "to-do" list!!! Yours turned out amazing!!!!

:)

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