From Invites to Infant Clothes: 4 Items Made for Framing

Rue Living Inspirer and lifestyle expert Camille Styles shares a few frame-filling thoughts – beyond photos. ”I’ve realized that a picture frame is so much more than the sum of its parts. It not only holds cherished memories – whether through a photograph or a memento – but a well-chosen frame can also bring style and sophistication to elevate the atmosphere of any room.” Here are four artful inserts to try.

Camille Styles Picture Frame Tips


Children’s Artwork
“Sketches and art prints add an eclectic feel to a family room or kitchen.”

Magazine Covers
“For you fashionistas, framed magazine covers are an economical way to showcase your favorite moments in fashion history.”

Menus
“Rather than placing a menu card at each place setting, put your dinner-party menu (printed or handwritten on a chalkboard slate) in a frame that matches your table décor for a creative centerpiece.”

Keepsakes
“Wedding invitations, postcards, or newborn mementos – like that very first onesie you just can’t get rid of – are sure to be conversation-starters when guests are over.”

Our For a Memory-Filled Season: Picture Frames & More Boutique opens Thursday, December 5, at 11AM ET.

By Julia Ivins, Staff Writer

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Camille Styles is the founder and creative director of popular lifestyle blog camillestyles.com, where she shares the creative entertaining ideas that inspire her parties and her life. Camille is also a regular lifestyle contributor to numerous media outlets and does styling work for national fashion and lifestyle brands. Her modern aesthetic and eye for detail come together to create parties that are simply chic and all about fun.


December 5, 2013