Wednesday, June 01, 2011

Wowsey wowsey the frame completes the story

OK, I admit it;  the frame is totally over the top.  It's actually 3 frames, a small red frame and then a silver leaf frame and then this yummy high gloss dimensional swirly, curly frame to finish the story.






It's the perfect snow covered frame for a day that was well into the 90's.

14 comments:

Denise & Linda said...
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Denise & Linda said...

This is adorable! And it's so hot here in NY, it cools me off right away! How cute!
Hope you enjoyed your b-day!

Denise

karen said...

Wonderful!

Ruth Schmuff said...

thanks girls. Glad you like it. Come see it in person, it's twice as cute with twice the cooling power.

Kelly Clark said...

Oh Ruth! It's adorable!!! The Frame
selection is over-the-top in a good way!
It Enhances the Needlepoint and doesn't steal the show! EXCELLENT choice!

Margaret said...

I am in awe. I never would have dreamed to do that, and it is so perfect. By the way, it isn't 90 degrees out here in No Calif. I have three layers on as I type this.

It is such a treat to see the transformation transformed. Thank you.

Ellie said...

Wonderful. It enhances the stitches and the texture. What a great idea.
What the white frame also reminds me of is the meringue on top of pies my mother used to make.
I want pie now :)
Palma

Ruth Schmuff said...

You are right, it does look like meringue!

Tapestry Fair Needlepoint News said...

The framing is perfect for this piece. I've used the outer frame before in different colors, but never though of using white - wonderful idea!

Tapestry Fair Needlepoint News said...

The outer frame is perfect for this piece. I've used this frame before, but never thought of using it in white - what a wonderful idea!

Piedmont Pediatrics at Oak Hill said...

Ruth that is absolutely stunning. I have never seen frame molding like that. Where do you find such wonderful frames? Margaret

Ruth Schmuff said...

I have the best finishers and framers between us all there is nothing we can't create or find. Glad everyone likes this as much as I do.

Piedmont Pediatrics at Oak Hill said...

Are you planning on framing your Bird in the Nest? Do you frame for long distance customers? I love the frames that I have seen on your pieces. Margaret

Ruth Schmuff said...

Yes, I plan on framing the bird in the nest and just wait until you see what I have in mind.... It's off to the framer next week!

We are happy to frame for long distance customers. It's no problem at all.

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