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Thursday, May 24, 2012

FRAMED



Framed for Heritage Day Celebration Sale.



My favorite hand painted tiles were framed.





What do you think?





Will our visitors like them?




Can't wait to find out.





This coming Saturday our town is open for Heritage Day Celebrations





Astrantia, Hellebore, Forget-me-nots and Perennial Bachelor Buttons. 





So, what do you think? 


Have a great remainder of the week my dear
Blogging Friends.

Gina





13 comments:

  1. Hi, Gina - I think that you have hit upon a brilliant idea, and I see a whole new direction (again) for your etsy shop. The more elaborate frames seem to accentuate the Renaissance quality of your tiles, and the lady with the blue rays definitely takes on the look of Andrea della Rubbia. Brilliant!

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  2. I cannot fathom your visitors not LOVING your framed treasures! :-)

    I am surprised Hellebores are still in bloom in your part of the world. We have had so many weeks of summer weather, I guess our Hellebores could not stand the heat any longer. ;-)

    Good luck with your visitors (wished I could be one of them!),
    herzlich,
    Merisi

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  3. What can I say Gina. You know how much i love your ideas ,your work and your wonderful ceramic plaques and plates.. They are beautiful.
    If i was there..i would be a buyer thats for sure.. I love the framed tiles.. so elegant and old world.
    You will sell them all. How can anyone not like them... good luck.. i will be thinking of you on Heritage day.
    val..

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  4. They will be gone in a trice Gina, and I agree with Mark that the one with the lady surrounded by blue does have a look of Andrea della Robbia's work.

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  5. Your visitors will think them just as amazing as I do!!!

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  6. Dear Mark, I have shied away from framing tiles in the past because experts agree that tiles, when framed, will lose their value. Of course, they are talking about very old tiles. I'm delighted to know that you think they are a good idea, hope visitors will agree.

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  7. Dear Merisi, My Helleborous have finished blooming but are now forming seed heads, the perfect time to cut them for flower arrangements becaus, at this stage, they do not wilt.

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  8. Dear Rosemary, Thank you for the encouragement. If nothing else, my framed tiles will add something new and, hopefully, something interesting to my display.

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  9. Dear Mary, Hope so. I will report back. Have a great weekend.

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  10. Thank You Val, You are a Dear. I will send my entire shop to you if I can have Rosie and her beautiful Mama. But I know that you would not part with either. Looking forward to more photos and watching little one grow. Congratulations! Gina

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  12. Dear Val, As per your request I have removed your comment.
    Can you access Google Chrome? It will give you the best results with PicMonkey.

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