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Re: Framing materials for reasonable prices?



<x-charset Windows-1252>In my neck of the woods (west Texas) that would be Hobby Lobby.  They are a
hobby, arts
& crafts dealer and are usually have more reasonable prices than Light
Impressions.  A similar
retailer in your area may be the place to shop.
Tom Garrett
----- Original Message -----
From: James Hill <jmhphoto@mindspring.com>
To: <epson-inkjet@leben.com>
Sent: Tuesday, August 14, 2001 1:30 PM
Subject: Framing materials for reasonable prices?


> I have been invited to start hanging a few pieces in a local gallery
> and I need a source for some framing supplies.  I'll get into custom
> framing some of the really nice prints as my budget will allow, but
> for now I'm looking for a place to buy frame kits with pre-cut mats
> and glass/UV plastic glazing.  Light Impressions will do everything I
> want, but for a bit more than I am willing to spend at the moment.  My
> needs are simple, flat black museum type frames with white mats to fit
> 12x18 prints.  I've searched with Google and found plenty of
> suppliers, but thought I would check with you people to see if there
> are any hidden bargains out there.  Finding kits for 12x18 seem the
> most difficult, as everything is either 16x20 or 11x14 in kit form.
>
> So, where do you get your frames for all of those 12x18 epson prints?
>
> --James Hill
> Freelance Photographer
> Mebane, NC
> jmhphoto@mindspring.com
>
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