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Framing question ..and 1st post!

 
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Dec 09, 2005 20:11 |  #1

:D Hello! I have been lurking around the forums for quite a while - I'm still working up the nerve to post some pictures for C & C.. but I have a question regarding framing.

A while back I had seen a post about a website where you can upload your pictures, choose a mat and frame (and you can see what the whole thing looks like) and order it and they will ship it to you all done and beautiful. I have done a search on the forums as well as Google and I can't seem to find the right site. Can anyone direct me to a site that does this type of thing?

Thanks so much! :)


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Dec 09, 2005 21:31 |  #2

http://www.americanfra​me.com/ (external link) will let you upload your picture and see what it will look like with mat and frame, etc. The wooden frames come assembled but their metal ones need to be assembled. Nice pricing for custom sizes, that's for sure, but a visit to a local craft, art, photography, or framing store might find you some reasonable ready-made stuff for the common sizes.


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Dec 11, 2005 22:19 as a reply to  @ Scottes's post |  #3

I will check that out. Thank you! :)


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