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Tuesday, April 7, 2015

F is for Frame



< Guide to popular wall arranging.
































Get the wood ~
Make it good!
Put family fame,
In a treasured frame.

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  1. Always good to frame family pictures :)

    betty

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    1. Yes, and I've used this guide and it's nice.

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  2. I wish that I was more organized with our family photos. Many of them are still in drawers. Thanks for reminding me to get organized. Cute poem, Dixie!

    Julie

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  3. Good handy hint there Dixie,
    Have a nice day,

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  4. what if we have no family fame?

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    1. My neighbor did large magazine photos of seashells... across the bed like a bed frame.

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  5. Always nice to have family pictures arranged on the wall.

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    1. I know. I've got a big collection that "travels" on the wall next to the basement steps.

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  6. Several years ago, I created four photo colleagues using pictures from my albums. I figured that would be a better use where we could see old memories all the time, instead of having to dig out the photo albums. I really need to get to scanning all my negatives into my computer to create a digital display. Hey, you got keep up with technology, right? :D Did vacuum before going to bed or not? lol Sorry for getting your wired before bed.

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    1. No vacuum, but I did get started on a leather cushion I'm restoring for someone. Haha. Good memory, Cathy!

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  7. I've always liked arrangements like that but have never had one myself.

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    1. Draw them off on newspaper or brown wrap. Cut out the shapes. Tape the paper to the wall, and trace the openings.

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  8. What if there is no wood, because 90% suck in my hood, so I chopped the tree down. Yep, many are the equivalent of the stuff that is brown

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    1. Plastic, metal, paper - lots of things could be frames.

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  9. There are endless ways to display your family photos! ! Nicely done! Have a Fantastic day!

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  10. Since I'm decorating my new house, this guide is perfect! :)

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  11. None of them are as busy as my walls. LOL!

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  12. Interesting. I've never read a guide to wall arranging . . . I just stick things up all over.

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  13. I've never thought of arranging frames like that! But then, I don't have a whole lot of photos on my walls. Just paintings, and they're generally bigger.

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    1. I have a few I've painted that stand alone.

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  14. Well, that's an interesting diagram of wall arrangement for pictures.

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  15. I need to print that out! I'm horrible at picture arranging.

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    1. That's what I did about five years ago with this one. Then I print a copy and write in the sizes.

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  16. Put their faces in lots of places. When you're tired they can be fired.

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  17. And then there's the way I do it....

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  18. A handy template. Makes it look easy.....Really need to try this.

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    1. It is, Sharon. It can be enlarged. If nothing else, it gives me ideas.

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  19. Hi.
    I’m popping in via the A to Z Challenge, as one of the assistants.

    Framing pictures - a great way of capturing special memories!
    Happy A to Z'ing!

    Writer In Transit & A Minion From The Joyful Brigade

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    1. Thanks, Michelle,I appreciate your visit.

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