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Fram­ing Objects

These Katie Tay­lor signed gloves were only a small chal­lenge to frame since we are so used to fram­ing large objects by now. What we did was to make a box , from con­ser­va­tion mount board, deep enough to man­age the depth of the gloves. Once that was done we then sim­ply cut a mount in a sim­u­lar col­or to match the gloves. The gloves were glued into the box This mount was placed on top of the box and we then framed the mount and boxed gloves togeth­er.

The third image was my son’s first tool. This was actu­al­ly an ear­ly exper­i­ment to prove that we could frame any­thing using dif­fer­ent types of frames and to give cus­tomers ideas as to what to expect. This type of frame com­ple­ments any type of paint­ing and is a very pop­u­lar style for deep sub­jects.
I always rec­om­mend using glass to pre­vent the dust and pro­tect the sub­ject.

If it’s cus­tom pic­ture fram­ing you need, this is the place for you!  We get plen­ty of unique objects in and as you can see in the forth image these bot­tle caps were no excep­tion. This is exact­ly as it says on the tin, or bot­tle caps in the case. We do cus­tom fram­ing on a num­ber of dif­fer­ent objects, this one being a prized col­lec­tion of bot­tle caps for a bot­tling com­pa­ny but also foot­ball jer­sey fram­ing, cus­tom pic­ture fram­ing and fram­ing art.

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