Friday, April 1, 2011

The Waiting has been framed

I have just got back from the framer's and I am really pleased how it turned out. Please excuse the flash mark that is reflected in the glass!

17 comments:

  1. verry nics done ;)

    I follow your blog ;)

    Mvg sarah

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  2. That looks great!
    The framer did well :)

    Bet that would of cost a fair bit! I could of died at the price when I got one of my pieces professionally framed.

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  3. Looks great! Glad that you are happy with the final product after the expense and the I am sure many hours of work you poured into it. Well done

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  4. What a beautiful piece - congrats on such a great stitching project!!

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  5. You did an awesome job and it's framed beautifully! Very impressive!

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  6. Wow that's impressive! I have this one in my stash and after seeing it framed it is starting to scream at me!

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  7. Doesn't it feel good to finally see it hanging on the wall? Great framing for both your pieces.

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  8. Phenomenal, magnificient, what can I say. Love the pink mat....wise choice to accent piece. Yeah, I know that camera glare. I know the piece is magnificient in that spot too. Hope the easel or whatever works!

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  9. This piece is beautiful!! And I have to admit that I thought the flash from the camera was actually part of the picture. Especially since the lightning seems to flash off of it. Hahahaha Great work all around!!!

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  10. WOW! Awesome! and how long did it take to get it finished? it looks gigantic!
    Jeannie in Dallas

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  11. It took 1 year and 5 months to complete. The finished size is 49cm wide by 66cm high.

    Thanks for all your lovely comments!

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  12. It looks amazing, the color of the mat picks up the clouds really well, congratulations.

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  13. Very nicely framed and presented. Different from putting everything on the wall. Keep up the good work.

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