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    Senior Member azul123's Avatar
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    Default Framing my photos.

    I've bought several large wooden frames with glass front to put my A3+ photos printed on fineart papers, the frames I bought were larger than A3+ intentionally bought that way so I can create my own borders.

    I wanted to make my own border some frames I want white borders and some frames I wanted black to create the effect I wanted.

    My question is where do I get the material? and what is the best material to use? my guess the white border would be most critical as I didn't want the border to turn yellowish and worst still stained after a while.

    Thanks in advance or the help and pointers on where to get and what to use.

    ../azul123

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    Default Re: Framing my photos.

    Think you can get the materials from Bras Basah Complex. Not sure what is the material but I ever overheard someone asking about this to one of the shop keepers. Do check it out.
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    Default Re: Framing my photos.

    Go to Art Friend at Bras Basah Complex. Lots of materials you can use there.

    Look around, with a little bit of imagination and creativity you should be able to get some unique personal design frames and borders.

    Don't confine yourself to the usual framing materials.

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    Default Re: Framing my photos.

    Thanks Galdor/teerex... will check out BB Complex and will ask the shops to advise on the material that will not stain or at least stain resistant.

    ../azul123

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    Default Re: Framing my photos.

    also can try ngee ann city...just forgotten the shop name...can anyone help...Thanks

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