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Framing On A Budget Part 3--Refurbishing A Used Frame

Posted by Gail Daley on Friday, March 28, 2014, In : Business Development 

Refinishing Frames The first thing you are going to need is an outdoor workspace. Refinishing frames is messy, and the materials used need good ventilation. You may also want to invest in a folding table that can be put up when not in use.

MATERIALS NEEDED

To repair a wooden frame you will need, shop rags, a box knife, painters tape, small can of wood putty, a hammer, screwdriver, small woodscrews, finish nails, glue, wood stripper, paint or stain (probably both), sandpaper (both fine and...


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Framing On A Budget Part 2--How To Choose A Good Used Frame

Posted by Gail Daley on Monday, March 10, 2014, In : Business Development 

HOW TO CHOOSE A GOOD USED FRAME                12/1/13

 

 

Another way to frame inexpensively is by restoring used frames. Where can you find used frames? A good source for used frames is flea markets, second hand stores and yard sales.

Choosing A Good Used Frame is not as difficult as you may think. Take your tape measure with you because frames and framed art found here may or may not meet the usual size requirements of the standard canvas sizes sold in the art store. The frame prob...


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Showing Tag: "framing" (Show all posts)

Framing On A Budget Part 3--Refurbishing A Used Frame

Posted by Gail Daley on Friday, March 28, 2014, In : Business Development 

Refinishing Frames The first thing you are going to need is an outdoor workspace. Refinishing frames is messy, and the materials used need good ventilation. You may also want to invest in a folding table that can be put up when not in use.

MATERIALS NEEDED

To repair a wooden frame you will need, shop rags, a box knife, painters tape, small can of wood putty, a hammer, screwdriver, small woodscrews, finish nails, glue, wood stripper, paint or stain (probably both), sandpaper (both fine and...


Continue reading ...
 

Framing On A Budget Part 2--How To Choose A Good Used Frame

Posted by Gail Daley on Monday, March 10, 2014, In : Business Development 

HOW TO CHOOSE A GOOD USED FRAME                12/1/13

 

 

Another way to frame inexpensively is by restoring used frames. Where can you find used frames? A good source for used frames is flea markets, second hand stores and yard sales.

Choosing A Good Used Frame is not as difficult as you may think. Take your tape measure with you because frames and framed art found here may or may not meet the usual size requirements of the standard canvas sizes sold in the art store. The frame prob...


Continue reading ...