1. Hi Sara,
    I am so excited by your post. The timing couldn’t be better as my daughter and I just went through the kids’ art box to find stuff to frame. I’m now on the lookout for frames in exactly the places you recommend.

    I completely understand all your steps. I’m especially glad to read about the glass issue as I’ve never known where to go to get that done.

    But I’m wondering about step #4. What are glass glazing points? Where would I find them? What’s that cool tool? Do I have to use one like you have? If I don’t have one what could I do instead? And what if I have oddly shaped art like big square pieces that don’t fit the common rectangular frames found second hand?

    Questions, questions, questions!!!
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    1. Sara Tetreault

      Excellent questions, Kirsten, as usual. You’re right about the tools needed, used, cutting mats. I’ll do another post…Thank you.

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