A lovely way to keep the christening gown that has been in your family for years or those lovely hankerchiefs that are sitting in your drawer preserved for future generations and to enjoy everyday is to frame it. The Framing Place and Art Gallery here in Waynesville will be happy to frame your memories for you. Ted, the owner, does absolutely beautiful framing work and has experience in framing such items as christening gowns and metals, etc. You can call him at 513 897-2787 or visit his shop on the web at www.framingplaceartgallery.com.
I know that it is a theme that I maybe "harp" on in this blog, but so many people just don't enjoy the lovely things they already have. I have had customers look at our hankerchiefs and say that Aunt Mary's handerchiefs are setting in a drawer and, although they are beautiful, they don't know what to do with them. Frame them. Even if you don't use Ted's services, go to the dollar store and pick up some frames. My mother has some medals that were my great great uncles' who fought and died in the Civil War. They would make a unique display for her home and a tribute to my great great uncles.
We all have such beautiful and unique items in our homes, we need to display them. As much as I would love to sell you instant heirlooms, look about your house for the ones you already have. And if you still need some lovely handerchiefs or a vintage piece of jewelry that would make a special one-of-a-kind statement in your home, then remember us and Ted. We will be very happy to help you.
Remember preserve or creat your own piece of bliss,