I wanted to hang some art in the awkward space above the girls’ doll house. I picked up a few album covers at the Salvation Army thrift shop. Both my daughters love the musical Oliver! They like to run around the house says “More please, Sir” in a British accent.
The Mary Poppins LP (1964) came with a very nice book. The illustrations are fun.
To frame the album covers I used a “scrapbook memories frame” (2$) I found at the dollar store (this is what the packaging looks like) (I did not want to incur the expense of purchasing those special album frames you can buy at Urban Outfitters). The dollar shop frames were dark and I wanted them white, so I also painted them. These frames do not have a glass, but clear plastic.
I did have to trim the covers slightly to make them fit.
This is how the albums look above the doll house.
The cost of the albums and frames worked out to 9$.
By the way, this is our basement. The space used to look like a film set for the Blair Witch project, but it is coming along.
Have a great weekend,