A few weeks ago I showed you the watercolor I found in the garage. To refresh your memory here it is.
The frame was a little worn and the matte inside was damaged. I bought a Target poster frame and had a double matte cut at the Hob Lob. Here she is now.
The frame was $19.99 which is not bad for a 24×32 inch frame. It’s a poster frame that didn’t come with a matte. It has a thick plastic in front instead of glass, so it’s not super heavy. I love that the Hob Lob can cut a matte right there in the store so you don’t have to wait weeks to hang your print. I chose to have this watercolor double matted for a nice custom look. The double matte cost me $24 (a single would have been $12), and I think it was worth every penny. It looks custom at a fraction of the cost. To think this print was collecting dust in the garage just a few weeks ago! Makes me feel like I should finish cleaning out the ol’ garage! Who knows what else I might find in there?! I love this newly re-framed watercolor and its equestrian chic look. You know how I feel about horses if you’ve been around here for more than 2 seconds. 🙂 It’s perfect for our Kentucky home.
Speaking of our Kentucky home, I couldn’t resist purchasing this print for the other side of the room. I wanted to create a little symmetry so I framed and matted this print the same way.
It’s from the best print shop I found on Etsy – CAPow! Her prints are fabulous! I just love this one.
This typography map print pretty much makes my heart sing. 😉