Poppy in a box

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Poppy in a box

Post by The Common Framer » Tue 17 Feb, 2015 9:34 pm

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Hi

Remember seeing a discussion on framing poppies previously. Here's my example.

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Matt

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Re: Poppy in a box

Post by Teresa » Sat 21 Feb, 2015 11:20 pm

Looks good,

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Re: Poppy in a box

Post by DreamKeepers » Mon 02 Mar, 2015 9:24 pm

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Re: Poppy in a box

Post by Graysalchemy » Tue 03 Mar, 2015 9:07 am

Thats a lovely simple example Matt which allows the sculpture to speak for itself. :clap: :clap:

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Re: Poppy in a box

Post by David McCormack » Tue 03 Mar, 2015 10:03 am

Nice job Matt :clap: I prefer the look and feel of the framed poppy, it has a more human touch to it which is what these poppies are all about.

Not that I don't like the display cases (and the ones in the other thread) but they have more of an exhibition feel to them.

Just saying Dreamkeepers but I think it bad form to post your work on another member's thread without comment :oops: If you're looking to advertise your services you should post in the Adverts/Sales forum or if looking for feedback then the Good/Bad/Ugly forum and you should start your own thread :D
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Re: Poppy in a box

Post by Graysalchemy » Tue 03 Mar, 2015 12:08 pm

I was just trying to ignore it especially with all the spam links with the images, a bit of a faux pas in my book.

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Re: Poppy in a box

Post by DreamKeepers » Tue 03 Mar, 2015 2:11 pm

Apologies

I'd seen the reference to there being a poppy display thread and just thought this would be the thread to post boxes on. Now that I look again it is a bit spammy which wasn't my intention, so apologies.

My comment on the original photo - it's beautiful, and shows the benefit of using a good framer. The orientation of the poppy shows the black "button" beautifully and the whole frame is really classy.
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Re: Poppy in a box - losing my mind

Post by The Common Framer » Wed 04 Mar, 2015 5:48 pm

Sorry - forgotten I had already posted a pic! And apologies for not responding to kind comments. ..had neglected to tick the box requesting notifications. you must all think me very rude. Will Do BETTER - promise :oops:

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