So after spray painting the last piece, I decided that it looked better in the dining room then in our entryway where it used to it. This meant that I had a huge empty space, and it was driving me crazy. Well, I always wanted to do a frame wall, but I just never got around to starting one. I already had a lot of frames that I needed for the wall because before the wedding I scoured Goodwill for frames for all our signs. I hadn’t done anything with them since the wedding, except put them away in a closet. And, can I just say that Goodwill is the place to go for all types of frames. The most expensive one I ever found was $4, but the bulk of them are about $1 or $2. Also, you never know what you’re going to find in them. One lady framed the cards she got from her mom, and the notes written inside those things were unbelievable. I felt guilty reading them, but I read them nonetheless.
Anyway, I started things off slowly with about 5 frames, but then my OCD to finish the project kicked in, so I started framing random crap. Sean asked me what the hell was inside a few of them, but I think they look pretty good.
Here is the start of my frame wall:
So, it’s not done yet, but it’s a good start. Now it’s time to actually find frame-worthy stuff rather than dig up stuff in my closet.