Special Wednesday Giveaway

voila frame Special Wednesday GiveawayHello everyone and happy Wednesday!

Today’s giveaway is perfect for those that love creating and displaying  art with embroidery and fabric.  The Voila Frame allows you to display your favorite textile art or embroidery project easily and beautifully.  No tools, staples or glue are required and no damage to the fabric or textile. This frame can also display jewlery, can be made into a cork message board and so much more!  Check out their website for ideas and projects.  This frame is 12″x12″ and has a window size of 8″x8, the color is black.

If you would like to enter this giveaway please enter a comment in the comments section below.  One lucky winner will be picked on Monday May 20th!

What do you have hanging on your walls?  Is kid art what’s popular in your home now?  Or maybe fine art has a special place on the wall or is all your art proudly displayed on the kitchen fridge?  Tell us what’s hanging around the home!

Happy stitching!



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33 Responses to Special Wednesday Giveaway

  1. Phil Carlton says:

    I actually have several framed, embroidered pieces. This frame looks really cool!

  2. Alice Cunningham says:

    This is a wonderful concept. I just bought a pattern that I want framed but was a little concerned how I would accomplish it. This looks like the perfect answer!!!! I will be ordering some.

  3. Jill Hicks says:

    It would be fun to try different variations with the frames.

  4. Debora Kerr says:

    I would love to try out this product!

  5. Jill Carlucci says:

    I am very fortunate to have very talented friends. I have their artwork hanging on my walls. One of my favorites is a photo of my great great great grandma’s quilt. I came across it years ago when I came across a family name on the quilt, it was done in Pennsylvania where my Grandfather was born. It was at the museum of American Folk Art in NYC. I called the museum, they knew nothing about the quilt. I let them know the centennial quilt was done by my family member and had one of my great aunts call to give more information.

  6. Lori Hernandez says:

    This frame is a wonderful idea. I have framed my stitching before but always with less than desired results.

  7. Brittany says:

    This would be perfect for a project I’m working on for my son’s room!

  8. Virginia in TX says:

    looks like a great alternative
    besides on-line who can I support locally?

  9. kbo says:

    My walls are slowly being filled with my fabric art and these frames would be great for a new dimensional piece.

  10. Becki F says:

    Grand children art, the best

  11. Andrea Rekrut says:

    I would love to try this frame for the first time and buy more!

  12. Sherrie Lilly says:

    I have a cross stitch penguins picture that I completed years ago and still has not been framed and hung on the wall. This product would be perfect.

  13. Mary Mac says:

    I have an assortment of art on my walls. One bedroom holds 9 cross stitch pieces. The rest of my walls hold modern, antique and other eclectic pieces.

  14. Donna Jenkins says:

    I have being embroidering some French chefs so this would be a great way to display one in my kitchen

  15. Jenelle Boxberger says:

    This is a neat frame. We just started putting all black frames with farm pictures up. I also like to frame machine embroidery work. Thanks for the chance to win.

  16. Jackie Ames says:

    Really like the looks of this frame. I haven’t framed anything yet, but do have a couple of items embroidered that I would love to put in that frame. Appreciate the opportunity to hopefully win this frame.

  17. Laura Roach says:

    New to machine embroidery, this could frame my first project.

  18. Carol says:

    I would frame my grand daughters drawings she does on fabric with markers.

  19. Dee says:

    Great, simple and classic, frame. I can see it with a simple Japanese design on a rich silk dupioni!

  20. Sharon says:

    Quilted wall hangings that I have made and pictures of my grandson.

  21. Dana Holland-Norris says:

    I have pictures my son has taken all over the house. In my sewing/craft room I have all sorts of things I’ve made. This frame is the answer to my prayers! It’ll make framing my cloth designs so much easier!

  22. A Luth says:

    This product looks just like what I need.

  23. Teresa says:

    My walls have special photos and fabric art on them. One special piece is a quilt wall hanging with blocks from my grandma, great grandma, and great great grandma!

  24. gayle says:

    I have my grandkids art on my walls in my craft room. With this frame I could have the latest one on show in my lounge room with all my other photos.

  25. Denise Jones says:

    Would love to hang embroidery projects in frames. Great idea

  26. Denise Jones says:

    Would love to display embroidery in this frame. My grandkids love to help with the embroidery.

  27. Ginger says:

    We have a little bit of everything hanging around our home.

  28. Bonnie Stroh says:

    Several hand made items from family and friends

  29. Daniela Martisovitsova says:

    It would be nice to try it.

  30. Kathy E. says:

    The walls of my sewing room are slowly filling with art projects I have created over the years. I have an applique, a painting, an oil crayon drawing, charcoal sketch and a cross-stitch design. I enjoy having these pieces to look at!

  31. Ann Shake says:

    Classic frame with fine lines. I’d love to win this frame to display handmade art work. We usually have quotes and outdoor scenic photographs handing on the walls.

  32. Laurie Watkins says:

    Would love to try these frames since everything hanging on my Walls I’ve stitched out

  33. Karen Buck says:

    I have unframed art from my grandchildren that I want to get hung but first they are going to the hospital with me when I get my artificial knee on Tuesday May 21.

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