Thursday, June 5, 2008

SecondLineFrames Have a Past


Acquire a little bit of New Orleans history. SecondLineFrames has frames made from salvaged homes destroyed during Hurricane Katrina. What better way to preserve the colorful past of New Orleans. A portion of your purchase will be donated to help rebuild the damaged neighborhoods.


If you need a frame for a print, picture or painting you just purchased, stop by SecondLineFrames and you can help out a Katrina damaged neighborhood and preserve a little bit of New Orleans at the same time.
Gary

4 comments:

flandersfield said...

What a great idea! Beautiful AND meaningful!

ElegantSnobbery said...

What an awesome shop and an awesome cause!! Thanks for sharing!

Marisa

Mystic Silks http:mysticsilks.etsy.com said...

How great to know that out of the ruins of Katrina, some good things are happening. The frames are beautiful and have meaning.Great blog!

Jean Levert Hood said...

Gary, as a native of South Louisiana, I love these pieces, and the spirit you've preserved with them! Great name for them too.

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