Fall is settling in and we are beginning to retreat a little more indoors. This is the best time to re-evaluate our surroundings and consider what items are important to us. To go through old boxes brimming with memories, declutter and breathe new life into forgotten treasures. Today’s blog highlights our top pins on memorabilia.
Any and all items can have sentimental attachment and we’re big believers in turning those memories into art. This childhood tennis racket has been cherished for 26 years and it was time to honour it in a special way. We made a frame using a brushed gold moulding and chose a warm, off-white background that is carried along the inside walls of the piece.
What a keepsake! Renowned guitarist Steve Earle signed this belt! Pulling from the materials of the item we crafted a leather wrapped frame and kept the matting as a simple, uniform background.
Often framing items that belonged to someone we care for helps us feel connected to them. This set of rosary beads belonged to our client’s mother. We mounted it on a suede mat and created a shadow box to exemplify this item’s importance.