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Re: Framing Student Prints

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Louise (lutton.us)
Sat, 24 Jan 1998 15:37:45 -0500


>Has anyone ever hung student artwork in their building with professional
>>frames? I don't mean prints matted on construction paper and then
>>stapled to a cork board. I am planning on getting frames at garage sales
>>and refinishing/repainting them. Were your frames wood or metal? Does it
>>matter? What did you do so the prints would not fall of the wall when
>>children touched them? > >Thanks > >Neal >Boulder, CO

Neal, there are several mail order frame cos. that carry knock - off
Nielsen frames. They are reasonably priced. I buy the narrow black metal
ones. The do come in colors and wood as well. The PTO pays for materials, I
cut mats and put together the frames. The custodian drills holes and puts
in mollies. They look great. Louise in Mich.