This website analyzes the usage behavior of visitors, with the help of cookies, among other things, for purposes of range measurement, optimization offers and personalization of content. Our analysis partners may combine this information with other data they have. You can obtain further information and change your data protection settings at any time under the link Learn more and settings. By continuing to browse the site, you agree to this data processing by the site operator and third parties – revocable at any time in the future.
You are on the website for customers from Canada. To calculate prices and use the shopping cart, please go to the website for customers from United States. Go to usa.living4media.com
Lantern made from paper and embroidery frames on windowsill

Lantern made from paper and embroidery frames on windowsill

Image ID: 12360371
License type: Rights Managed
Photographer: © living4media / Löscher, Sabine Portrait
Rights: This image is available for exclusive uses upon request
Model Release: not required
Property Release: not required
Print size: approx. 28.9 × 43.35 cm at 300 dpi
ideal for prints up to DIN A4

Prices for this image

starting at SEK 430
commercial
(electronic, outdoor, print, television etc.)
starting at SEK 1,070
consumer product
(calendar, greeting, post card, packaging etc.)
starting at SEK 210
editorial
(book, digital media, magazine, newspaper, television etc.)

Search for similar images

Backlighting Backlit Being Made Bloom Blossom Conversion Copy Space Country Craft Crafts Decoration Decoration Ides floral Floral Flower Flowery Frame Frames Handicraft Hoop Hydrangea Idea Indoor Inside No One Nobody No-One paisley Paisley paisley pattern Paper Pattern Patterned Recycled Recycling Ring Romantic Round Rural Studio Photo Studio Shot Upcycling Windlight Window Window Ledge Window Sill Windows Windowsill Wood Wooden

This image is part of a feature

Reclaimed Rings

12360350 | © living4media / Löscher, Sabine | 25 images

Embroidery frame - they can do so much more!

We are not trying to reinvent the wheel. We are just exploring other uses for an embroidery frame. Here are some creative ways to repurpose grandma's old embroidery ring.
Show feature

More pictures from this photographer

;