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Jun 04, 2012 22:47 |  #16

ScatterCrSport wrote in post #14531972 (external link)
Michaels Trendsetter Poster Frame- 13x19" (external link). 13x19" prints with 1/2" borders (12x18" image) fit perfectly without a matte.

I don't have a Michaels store near me. Can you order from them online???


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Jun 05, 2012 01:25 |  #17

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I don't have a Michaels store near me. Can you order from them online???

I don't believe they have online shopping. Their website does have a store locater. Be aware that all of their brick & mortar locations may not have the 13x19" frames in stock. Call ahead.


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Jun 05, 2012 20:08 |  #18

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I don't believe they have online shopping. Their website does have a store locater. Be aware that all of their brick & mortar locations may not have the 13x19" frames in stock. Call ahead.

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Jun 05, 2012 21:15 as a reply to  @ MarxPhoto's post |  #19

Aaron Brothers, which I think is part of the Michaels family, also has 13x19. Mine actually has a wider selection.


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Jun 06, 2012 15:25 as a reply to  @ tom1s's post |  #20

Also, for everyone that does have Michael's near them, I don't remember the exact frame size, but last time I was in Michael's they had a frame to fit a 13x19 with a decent border. More expensive than their cheapo 13x19, but nicer. Woohoo!

Maybe framing is finally catching up.

I've also found that I can live with larger frames where the print isn't exactly the right aspect ratio.


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Jun 06, 2012 16:57 as a reply to  @ ejenner's post |  #21

Link to Michael's Home Collection Frames (external link). Sizes, including 13x19 are listed on the right side of the page. These are usually on sale and run about $15+ (they are usually marked for sale at 40% or 50% off the $30 price). I don't know if they can be purchased online or not.


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Jun 06, 2012 21:18 as a reply to  @ Hye5's post |  #22

Michael's and AC Moore always have "40% off" coupons online and Michael's honors the AC Moore coupon. (I don't know if the reverse is true.)
It's really nice even if you're just buying something like a $30 frame, but it's really nice when you buy things like mat cutters and point drivers!
As far as what to do with 13x19 paper, for me it's print at 12x18 and frame at 18x24, which is pretty common.




  
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Jun 08, 2012 09:03 as a reply to  @ ncjohn's post |  #23

I've been getting frames from Hobby Lobby, every other week they are 50% off. They also have a large selection of mattes, I just print the picture take it with me hold it up to the mattes and then have them cut it for me. This frame and matte cost me $27.

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Jul 29, 2015 07:49 |  #24

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Thanks! Just seems strange that they make 13x19" paper, but not frames that size. I don't get it.

If you've ever tried to attach a 12 X 18" print to a 12 X 18" Mat, you'll understand why having a bit of extra paper at the edges to work with is better. ; )


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Jul 30, 2015 00:40 |  #25

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Michael's crafts stores actually do carry a 13/19 frame. Get them when they're on sale (which is pretty regularly) for about $15+

Ya they have them on sale quite a bit here, 40%, 50% 55% off. Just wish they had more choices, just 3 good frames.




  
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Jul 30, 2015 01:19 |  #26

Yep, Michaels... but the choices are Black and Brown. They have other digital frame sizes too.


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Jul 30, 2015 22:08 |  #27

What I find weird is there's plenty of 11X14 frames.. but canon doesn't make that size of paper.




  
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Scooby_Doo wrote in post #17650763 (external link)
What I find weird is there's plenty of 11X14 frames.. but canon doesn't make that size of paper.

Most people will use a matte with their frame to protect the photo from the glazing. An 8.5x11 print when matted fits very nicely into the 11x14 frame. As to the 13x19 photo, I would put that into a 16x20 or a 20x24 frame with appropriate matte. I'd never put a print into a frame without a matte. Not only does the matte keep the print from sticking to the glass, it also nicely finishes off the framing.




  
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Jul 31, 2015 20:37 |  #29

When I've done prints from my 13x19 printer, I've typically printed images with aspect ratios that match my original photos or I've cropped them to a pleasing composition/aspect ratio. Most of my prints have been either 12x18 or 12x16, although I've printed plenty of "small" 8x10s...

Anyway, for my bigger 12x16 and 12x18 prints, I gotten frames of those sizes, and used a paper cutter to trim the 13x19 paper to those sizes, and the frames have a bit of "margin space" to properly frame the images.

I did, in my "film days", get 11x14 prints and then I would use mattes to put them into bigger frames!


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Aug 01, 2015 13:35 |  #30

My house is full of 13" x 19" prints, all double matted and in 18" x 24" stock frames. I have a mat cutter and do the mats myself, and usually buy a few frames when Aaron Brothers (only a mile from my house!) has a 40% off or a buy one, get one for a penny sale, which is pretty often. It is a great size for me - large enough to get a good view and not too big to take up too much wall space.

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