I love this first one:
In the next photo, below, you see an old cottage print that was in a kind-of-funky frame at a thrift store.
The hanger on the back was oddly glued on with some weird glob of stuff and I just plain didn't like the looks of it.
So I put it into a different frame (sorry about the glare!).....
"How much should a wife put up with - from her husband?"
(Gee, I wonder what that was all about ?)
There was writing on the back that says "Madeline Christmas 1933" which I believe must have been when it was first inserted into it's original frame (NOT the one I found it in - that was newer).
I LOVE it when I find "extras" like that! (More about that at the end of my post).
I also really love how these next two turned out!
I waited a long time to find a matching pair of frames that would work for these two beauties:
I got a very nice vintage frame at the ReStore for one dollar - it was an unusual size that I needed, and that proves difficult to find.
Framed inside was an old print of a photo of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt - which I definitely did not discard, by the way - but I was planning to remove it, nonetheless.
So, when I took it apart to remove everything inside in order to use the frame for something else, look what I found inside - behind FDR: