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Wednesday, February 23, 2011

My Parents 40th Wedding Anniversary (1986) Project

Here is a project I made in 1986 for my parent’s 40th wedding anniversary. It had been framed, but at the time I did not know all the correct ways to frame stuff and so over the years there had been some yellowing and I had left the masking tape on the edges. So when my dad passed away (9 years after my mother) I took it out of the frame. Not sure what I will do with it exactly, but I felt it should be saved from the tape and the cardboard and here it is.


Chocolates4Breakfast (Terri Malinovich) said...

So glad you pulled it out to save it. The way we used to frame things was, I think, even worse than our ancestors did in the 17 and 1800's!

Cath said...

What a lovely sampler . Maybe you could add your parents details and keep it as a memory piece . x

Christine said...

Glad you managed to rescue it. Perhaps you could make it into a small pillow?