One of my all time favorite, go-to flea market/antique store/thrift store quests is searching for framed prints.
(and lamps, and tables, and chairs, and china, and silver plate, and garden wrought iron, and old books, and Mexican pottery, and unique milk glass, and hammered aluminum, and religious figures, and Carolee pearl necklaces (preferably baroque), and lockets, and sets of napkins, and champagne flutes for mimosas (for my entertaining closet), and chafing dishes, and rattan chargers, and copper double boilers, and cake pedestals, and bangle bracelets, and vintage silver jewelry from Taxco…)
So on the way to Katy for a recent family wedding, my daughter Lauren and I persuaded my husband to stop in Wharton.
Driving north on 77, this is not on your usual route to Katy.
While going through antique stores on the square, I found these.
It was a grouping of four.
For those of you, like me, who do not have the patience to create a pattern for hanging prints perfectly, just do what I do.
Use straight pins and a tack hammer-
Double the pins if you need extra strength-
Change your mind frequently.
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