Friday, 3 October 2008

FRAMED

Thank you for the compliments on my new banner.
I used the faces from an 1930's/1940's paper bag.
The bag is from and hat shop in Jerusalem.
I got it from an old lady because she thought it
was neat that both me and my man are Jewish and
really into the era between 1930's - 1950's.

So instead of just having it laying around in a drawer
I cut the bag in half, framed it and hang it on the wall
in our bedroom.
This is the result.


I like that it's in both English and Hebrew.

Today I'm gonna have a nice walk in the sun,
buy a hot glue gun and some new clamps for my
new hair-flowers.
I'm also gonna clean the house so it's nice and tidy
for Shabbat and tonight we're going to a gig.

5 comments:

mothersvea said...

oh that's cute!

Miriam Parkman said...

I really like your new banner! Much better:)
A very beautiful paperbag, too.

the freelancer's fashionblog said...

I can't really remember the old banner now... but hte new one is nice!

I love what you did with the paperbag! Brilliant!!!!

Little Rascal said...

Mothersvea: Thanks. :D

Miriam Parkman: Thank you, doll. :)

The Freelancer's Fashionblog: Thank you darling!
The old "banner" was just letters, nothing else.

RachelP said...

OhhH! That is my name. Klein.