Back in the mid 1960's, my parents took me to the Miracle Strip Amusement Park in Panama City Beach, Florida where they had an artist create a pencil sketch of me. You know, those people you sit down for and 10 minutes later you walk away with a portrait? Well, that sketch hung in my mother's dining room until she passed away and then it came to live with me. The thing I have always loved about the picture is the frame! It's gorgeous! I have the picture sitting on top of a cabinet in my bathroom...
Recently I was in an antique store and saw the same frame and I had to have it! There was no picture in it, but hand written on the back was a person's name and the date...1961 (the year I was born).
I decided it would be the perfect frame for a Christmas picture I wanted to create.
I printed out an image of deer that I got from the Graphics Fairy website. I printed the image on printer fabric.
I cut burlap to fit inside the frame and attached the printer fabric with the deer image to the burlap using no sew glue. Then I glued ric rac around the edges of the printer fabric and put it in my beautiful frame.
Voila! Easy Art!!!