Vintage Thingie Thursday & Show & Tell Friday

Vintage Thingies Thursday previously hosted by Lisa at Confessions of an Apron Queen
is now hosted by Suzanne at Coloradolady.
Show & Tell Friday is Hosted by Kelli at There is No Place Like Home.

A few weeks ago I shared with you the framed Christmas prints I have that are so special to me. These prints are made each year by my wonderful and talented cousin Jenn. She sends them as her Christmas card and we look forward to them each year.




These are the prints I haven't yet been framed, but I'm in the process of to add to her wall. They look awesome with the silver toned frames on my vintage wallpaper. I knew you were waiting to see what made them vintage. LOL I'm able to preserve the wall paper with a little edge sealing and a coat of paint which is also working like a sealer as well as brightening the pattern.

I hope she's checking today so she can see how proud I am of her work. I just wished they photographed better. If you are interested any of her work you can see her work at her ETSY shop Two Ply Two
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7 comments:

Leslie said...

Every time I come in here, for some reason... I get hungry!

So I'm cooking spaghetti now. :)

SandyCarlson said...

Tamy,
Those cards are gorgeous. Your cousin is very talented. Thanks for sharing her gifts with your readers.

Renee said...

What a wonderful collection! Your cousin is very gifted.

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Coloradolady said...

These are beautiful. These would be perfect framed as you suggest. I love the last one, very cute.

If you tried to like to my VTT link, I had a bit of trouble with it this morning. Sorry. I am new to that feature. You can try and link back again to the post. I will get this worked out.

Jewelgirl said...

Wonderful artwork! Thanks for
sharing it on VTT!!!

Elizabeth said...

I love that her artwork is so varied!

Anne Fannie said...

Hi Tamy,
Nice artwork. Thanks for sharing!
~Ann