a etsy customer just purchased this fabulous vintage blue ledge from pottery barn and left me with the challenge of making fun shabby chic frames for it: She wanted mainly light green (wasabi green) and cream with accents of orange and blue. I look at these and just want a beach house to put them in! I love being able to do frames a little more shabby from time to time and these were just perfect! enjoy...
Sunday, June 19, 2011
ok so i was contacted last week by a sweet sweet bride that wanted table frames at her wedding reception. Instead of the old boring "table 13" she wanted to have fun saying's in the frames like "love" "romance" etc..... you get the idea :). She wanted 6 frames , one to be on each table and wanted them in her wedding colors of grey, silver, and cream so this is what we came up with. how romantic! love it :) She is actually going to do a wedding collage of the frames in her new home after the wedding. thanks so much elizabeth!!! This is was pleasure!
Posted by Sarah Ella at 1:38 PM
Wednesday, June 15, 2011
im always a sucker for a girlyframe in pink and i guess because i have two sweet lil' boys that i just love making pink fun GIRLY girl stuff! enjoy these distressed pink on white french country damask frames
Baby Pink on White French country Damask Multi Opening Frame $110: 5x7's
french country damask distressed 16x20 in hydrangea pink and white with matching wavy trim $150
both listed on etsy this week
im always a sucker for a girly frame in pink and i guess because i have two sweet lil' boys that i just love making pink fun GIRLY girl stuff! enjoy these distressed pink on white french country damask frames
Posted by Sarah Ella at 5:54 PM
Monday, June 13, 2011
oh i just think these neutral frames look romantic, probably because i know gorgeous wedding photos will be in them. These for done for a new bride for her wedding portraits above their bed. I just love the Sherwin William smokey topaz on cream. Also another great idea she had was to have matching cream matte cut for 5x7 photo in the frames so she has an option to do the 8x10 opening or 5x7, how clever right?!
Posted by Sarah Ella at 12:05 PM
Monday, June 6, 2011
a great customer Sarah wanted something to showcase her two kiddies ( and one on the way) but she wanted them to be coastal and really match her decor, so she sent me pics of her accent pillows and i went to work! We did the circle link, palm leaf and starfish patterns all free hand painted and had a large 16x20 frame made in a nautical stripes all accented with a rope trim to really give it a uber coastal look! I just could not decide which was my fav. Enjoy!
Posted by Sarah Ella at 7:31 AM