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I've been scrapbooking...

MY WALLS!

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Sandi gave all of us these wood letters spelling "Montisi" several months ago. I have finally used mine. I painted them green, added some flowers, and did a grouping of photos in my guest room with poppy pictures in green frames, and 3 people photos.

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Next, I took some food photos of fruits and veggies, and framed them for a long, thin space of wall in my kitchen.
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Finally, I take lots of photos of flowers in Italy. I made a huge collage frame of "Fiori di Italia" for the guest room.

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One more way to "bring Italy home"!

Comments (6)

I still have my 'Montisi' in the kitchen... Now I need to frame my painting to hang next to it.

I love yours!

sandrac:

The photo collages are a great idea, what a lovely way to bring more Italy into your home.

Eden:

What a great idea, Palma! And where do you get all the energy to do all that you have? From coffee? LOL

LOLOL, Palma. You're just trying to convince yourself that it's OK not to be in Italy!
You know if I were an addict and deprived of my addiction, I think I wouldn't have photos of it all over, but I probably have less character than you do.

So beautiful! They all look great, I especially love the ones of fruits and vegetables in the kitchen. What a neat way to use a space like that!

Palma, these are great ideas and your photos are spectacular! Easy subject matter, for sure....

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