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January 26, 2010

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Ibabe

Sometimes with a little simple frame prints result to look better.
Love that blue-green colour of them.

Judith

Cute! They're like an exclamation mark there in the all-white laundry room.

Account Deleted

c'est super sympa!

I sometimes use mini binder clips, as self-standing photo/postcard holders :)

Suki

Wow, clever! You're so imaginative!

Monica B

Cute and clever for sure!

Jacqueline

I really like the no-frame frame. It is the least cluttered look.
Benita, I have a question about your computer bookmarks. I re-read your post from the other week about how you organize them - your categories are so applicable.
You said that at times you just purge the bookmarks.
I have hundreds (even more) and to weed through them I go through each one to see if it is still timely, relevant, wanted, etc.
Do you just purge them all - figuring if they haven't been used they aren't wanted (kind of like things left in basement boxes) or do you go through each and then purge?
Thanks!

Renee

What a clever, clever idea! I also have used black construction paper and put the plexiglass over it and then used opaque dry-erase markers to make a cheap message board. Never thought of putting a picture in there though.

Natalie

They look great! What a creative idea :)

quinn

The first thing I thought when I saw the images: "Portraits of Benita and Martin in the "early days" - how sweet!"

It amazes me sometimes that people I only "know" from their blogs become as familiar in some ways as my "real life" friends. It's a little bit magical :)

Benita

I know! It is!

Susan

What a great idea! Thank you for sharing. I now know what to do with a print that I have wanted to frame but didn't have a frame for.

Susan
Personally speaking at "RaisinToast"
Professionally speaking at "Red Easel"

monaluna

They look so clean and modern! I love the effect. Thanks for the creative idea!

Vicki K.

The office clips put the finishing touch on those frameless prints - very nice.

Benita

I don't wait until there are a hundred but I do go through each one :) Usually 90% can go...
Maybe you can set a goal to weed out twenty at a time and sort the ones you want to keep in new folders while you're at it?

Kristi

So cute! Do tell, what is Perspex?

Benita

Plexi glass, acrylic sheet

ANETTESHUS.COM

Kjempe-søte!!! Og den nye headeren din er sååå fin!

Klem
Anette:)

Jutta

This is such a great idea. I have a couple of prints without frames and I should have those clips lying around as well. Thanks for sharing!

Dahlia

How chic & easy!
Couldn't beg for more.
Maybe only a craft for a foolproof person like me.


Ruth

Hi, I just saw your framing method and love the look. Just a quick question: how thick is the perspex you are using? I will need to order the perspex somewhere online but haven't a clue how thick it has to be to be able to stand up.

Benita

These are 3mm thick.

Ruth

thanks for your quick reply - will get on the case. Enjoy the weekend!

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