Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.
I tend to believe that for the most part. And in this case, it's especially true.
Not even one week after I saw this post on Young House Love, I received my copy of Boden in the mail. I love getting catalogs, what can I say.
And wouldn't you know, it had that same 'Squeeze the Day' ad that YHL hung in their gallery wall.
Well, if you remember when we made our gallery shelving, I had a few frames sitting empty.
One being that big yellow frame on the top shelf.
So I decided to follow suite with YHL and add this fun play on "Seize the Day" to our gallery shelving.
I added some wrapping paper as a background to help the art stand out and fill up the frame.
It's a perfect fit for this yellow frame.
While I'm at it, let me show you some other new pieces I've added to the gallery shelving.
How adorable is this embroidery art? I bought it and three other embroidery pieces at an estate sale.
The other three equally adorable pieces are for sale in the shop.
A vintage yard sale frame that got a vintage-style edited photo of us from Easter.
Here's another, from the same yard sale, that frames one of my Katie Daisy cards.
So, are you flattered or annoyed by imitation?