How to Arrange Your Custom Frames

If you haven’t seen our two-part blog series on decorating with  custom frames, scroll down and have a look! Continuing on this discussion on how to arrange photo frames on a wall, we have a video of one of our framers going more into detail on the framing process. We’ll be covering more on this topic in the following weeks…

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Framing Your Summer Photography

Rustic Art Frame

Picture Frames for Summer Memories It’s the middle of Summer! Have you built up your fair share of summer photos? Whether you’re stocked up on pictures of your kids at the beach or landscape photography in the mountains, you’ll definitely want to display those images in the best way possible with our summer picture frames. Our summer picture frames are…

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Nature Photographers – Krohn Conservatory Butterfly Show Running Until June 30, 2013

Butterflies of Moocco

For those looking to get some great shots of butterflies, I can’t think of a better place or time. Now through June 30, 2013, the Krohn Conservatory in Cincinnati Ohio’s Eden Park is holding it’s annual butterfly show. The sound of water flowing, bursts of colorful flowers, and alluring musical rhythms will accompany you as you stroll along the centuries…

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Custom Picture Frames – Do It Yourself Picture Frames

Custom picture framing is easy with us–and is especially useful for those who love Do-it-Yourself craft projects! However, we did make some changes when moving to our new website. Check out the video below to learn how to quickly and efficiently order your custom picture frame sizes. Doing big projects yourself can save you and your family hundreds of dollars…

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Custom Art Framing: Guest Blogger

cheap picture frames

So your standard print size is 16×20, and you have lots of large format, medium format, and high-quality digital photos that you would like to see hanging on your own walls, and those of your family and friends. For professional and archival results, you could use fine art paper, museum rag, Nielsen frames, and acrylic glazing, but the materials for…

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