Friday, November 26, 2010

Frame Week Continued

I’d like to start this post off by thanking all the bloggers who have the talent to produce graphics and share them with the rest of us.  These free downloads have really helped me out many times, as I do not have that talent.  I have links to those that shared the great graphics that I’ve used here.

First up is this Noel print.  As soon as I remember where I got it from {which I will at some point}, I will edit with that link.  So sorry to the blogger who offered this one.  It was offered in two colors, a green or a white background.  I chose the green and, as I’ve been doing lately, I printed off two {one to do for my daughter, too}. 


These are 8x10 and I printed them on regular photo paper.  I found the frames at Michaels and they were on sale for 40% off. 


IMG_9144Love this second one ~ Christmas Subway Art!  I even sent it onto my daughter and she loved it as well {she also loved the trees, but that’s for another messy post}!  This one is from the sisters of eighteen25.  I couldn’t find the actual post on it, but I saw it when they guested on Mod Podge Rocks here.


This print is 16x20 and I can’t do that at home.  They went through Costco for the print and I don’t know how much that cost, but I went through Staples and it was $17.00 each for a 16x20 size and I was able to order it online then pick it up at my local store. 


I found the frames at Goodwill!  Yes!  The frames/pictures I showed you last post that I found for 50% off ~ these are those frames! 


Once we have the trees done, this will make for a lovely display, whether it is on a mantel, buffet or shelf.  Even though these are done, I can’t bring myself to put them anywhere yet, so they are hanging out in my living room until Thanksgiving weekend.


Total for one was $17.00 to have the print done at  Staples and $3.98 for the frame, so almost $21.00.  Next up glitter trees! 

glitter trees

Linking up with:

All Things Merry & Bright at All Things Heart & Home


Anonymous said...

Kathy, those are incredible and I'm always looking for Christmas art that won't break the bank.

The French Bear said...

Gorgeous, what a creative mind you have. I love the Noel one, so cute!!
These would make wonderful gifts!!!
Margaret B

Marsha @ Tattered Chick said...

Wow, Kathy, these looks great and paired with the trees, fabulous!!!

When you have a chance, stop by and see my Pottery Barn knockoff pillows!!


DanielleisNesting said...

I LOVE subway art! These are exceptional.

One Cheap B*tch said...

Love em all!


Sonya@Beyond the Screen Door said...

You've been busy! These turned out great! Such cute ideas!

Anonymous said...

Hi Kathy, they look fantastic!!! I love them.


One Cheap B*tch said...

Thanks a lot for making me run to Michaels to get a white frame to print out a small version of the subway art. At least the frame was 30 percent off! N loves reading all of the letters...


Grandma Yellow Hair said...

Wow honey these turned out especially nice. I love all of them. Wish I could be this creative.
Hope your Thanksgiving was special

The Stylish House said...

Hi Kathy,
Feel free to use anything you want off my blog. I'm happy to share them. I'm getting ready to head back to the hospital to see Heather. Once she transitions from IV pain meds to tablets she will be ready to come home. I've gotten to know Robert her donor and his family and they are the best! Whoever would have imagined blogging would have brought us together? I'm looking forward to returning to regular blogging as soon as I can.
Take care,

Jane said...

You are really putting together a wonderful grouping of Christmas art. Love the subway sign....I'm going to go check out that post.
Happy Sunday.

Kelly @ Much To Do With Nothing said...

Pretty Kathy! What a great idea. I made my own sign last year, but of course it looks nothing like these. I love the green NOEL.

Pamela said...

Super idea. You make it sound easy enough for me. Ha! Looking forward to the trees.

The Single Nester said...

I love it! And I will be glittering my trees this season.

Unknown said...

Great project ideas!


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