Framing 101
Using Floating Frames

Using Floating Frames

Floater frames are used to create a uique effect of the canvas art floating in the frame. You will want to add an 1/4 to width and length of the frame which will give you an 1/8 inch space between the artwork and the frame on all sides. When placing a order for a...

Assembly Instructions

Assembly Instructions

You will receive four miter-cut frame sections and four plastic pegs. Lay the sides and the plastic pegs on a flat surface for assembly. Step 1 You will receive four miter-cut frame sections and four plastic pegs. Place the frame sides and the plastic pegs on a flat...

How to Measure for a Picture Frame

How to Measure for a Picture Frame

Ready to measure your picture or artwork? The steps are easy which makes it convenient for ordering the frame of your choice. The words "frame size" refer to the dimensions of the recess (or "rabbet") at the back of the frame into which the matboard, backing and glass...

Why Frame it Yourself

Why Frame it Yourself

Lets face it, picture framing is often one of "cost shocks" we have at some point in our life. Fortunately, we have alternatives for those who want to save money and yet have a professional picture frame for display. Creating your own picture frame is as easy as...