This is a fun and creative way to display your favorite photos! You can interchange them and re arrange them however you want with any pictures you want.The wire is hot glued in the hole so there will be a little blob of glue that you may see.
It is great for all ages! You can have them from your wedding photos, family, best friends, or of your pets!
It is easy to clean all you will need to do is dust it from time to time.
It holds 4x6's really well, but could hold 5x7, it would just be crowded and the pictures would overlap. The pictures in the pictures above are 4x6's. It is 12 inches long by 5 1/2 inches tall by 1 1/2 inches thick. It can comes in either dark walnut, golden oak, red mahogany, ebony, English chestnut, red oak, cherry, espresso, gunstock, Jacobean, special walnut, early American, honey, red chestnut, colonial maple, provincial, Sedona red, and Ipswich pine stains. It is also made from pine and is smooth to the touch. Here is a link to the oil based stain colors that I use: http://www.minwax.com/wood-products/stains-color-guide/
Also, every piece of wood takes in stain differently and looks differently, therefore your piece may look different then my piece of wood. The stain in the picture above is Golden Oak.
It also comes with your choice of sign. You can choose between "My Sweet Family", "LOVE", "We Love You", or " So Very Blessed". The pictures are printed on card stock so they will not tear easily and will be sturdy.
The dog pictures are NOT included with the wire picture holder.
10% of all sale prices will be donated to PSC Partners Seeking A Cure. PSC Partners Seeking A Cure is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit foundation, whose mission is to provide education and support to PSC patients, families and caregivers and to raise funds to research causes, treatments and cures for Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis. This disease causes the bile ducts, inside and outside the liver, to become scarred, narrowed and eventually blocked. As more ducts are blocked, bile becomes trapped in the liver, causing damage. If left unchecked, liver cell death can result, leading to cirrhosis and the possibility of a liver transplant. A friend received a PSC diagnosis in 2011, and this organization has been a huge asset for her and her family since that time. More information about PSC Partners Seeking A Cure and Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis can be found at the organization’s website, http://www.pscpartners.org.
If you have any questions about this product please e mail me and I will answer any question you may have.