Framing Needlework Tutorial

When framing needlework, there are a number of different items that need to be considered. In this article, we are not framing for conservation, but rather framing to get our piece on the wall.

Mike Cromly | 1/28/2015 9:11:37 AM | 10 comments

DIY Jewelry Holder, 3 Ways! – Made with a Wood Frame

Frames can be used for more than just artwork and photographs; they can also have functional uses, such as holding a mirror, corkboard, or chalkboard. Another great idea is to use a picture frame to create a fun and easy jewelry holder.

Mike Cromly | 1/23/2015 4:01:05 PM | 2 comments

How to Make a Picture Frame? – Tutorial on Building a Frame from Scratch

Quite often, we get asked ‘how to make a picture frame.’ Well, we’ve decided to show you just how easy it is to craft a DIY custom picture frame at home.

Mike Cromly | 1/14/2015 2:51:41 PM | 1 comments

Framing Artwork in an Oversized Canvas

Framing a large canvas can seem like a daunting or unfamiliar task, especially if you are using a canvas float frame. Canvas float frames require a little extra attention to detail which can be amplified when framing a very large canvas.

Mike Cromly | 1/9/2015 1:32:57 PM | 4 comments

About this blog

Mike Cromly
So, who’s Mike? He is the man behind the mission of getting your picture frames produced and out the door quickly, correctly, with custom frame shop quality. Once your order is placed, it is in the hands of Mike and the many people he has trained over his 35+ years with the company. A natural teacher, he loves to tinker and experiment. Of course he has a nice office, but we rarely find him there. Working in the plant and improving our processes is his passion. Outside of American Frame, Mike is an outdoorsman, avid fisherman, devoted family man and Ohio State Buckeye fan. Mike's Twitter
For more tutorials and articles, take a look at our other blogs - A Good Frame of Mind or At Your Service

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