Note From a Collector!

Since there's been such a great response to my "Note From a Book Collector "and "Note From a Postcard Collector " posts I think I'm just going to make this a regular thing! I'm going to try to post every other week if I'm not too busy. This week I decided to share a cute framed print that I have in my dining room. It's not really my print but my mother's but I love it so much I wanted to share it.

I love ANY print or picture that features animals especially if they're getting into mischief. This picture hung in my great grandfather's home for many years and before he passed on he left a note on the back that my mother was to get this picture since she always liked it so much. I'm not sure of the age but I know it's old. I don't recall seeing a print like this anywhere. It's called "Three Little Rascals."

Click photos to enlarge (sorry for the flash glare.)

I have more pictures of different prints to share on another post. I have one to share in a few weeks that features a Collie dog. It's a famous print that you've probably seen many times but I still love it!


  1. Oh that's way cool! :)

    The frame is gorgeous!
    Did you have it reframed or is this the original?

  2. I'm not sure about the frame, it's pretty too though. I don't know much about it other than it came from my great grandfather.

    XOXO~ Renee

  3. So cute! That is so neat it has been in your family for that long. How old is it?

  4. casey, unfortunately I have no idea how old it is!

    XOXO~ Renee

  5. Wow, how neat that its been in your family so long. Very cute picture.

  6. So adorable, Renee! I'm not a cat fan, but this shows how mischievous and cute, kittens are.
    Thanks for sharing with us, Renee!
    Can't wait to your next post.
    Love Ya,

  7. I was searching for information on my copy of this print. Love the frame and I know why your family loves it too!


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