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11/26/2007 12:58:30 PM · #1
I have seen cheap oak 8x10 frames at walmart for as low at $2.
11/26/2007 11:56:34 AM · #2
If you have some time and a little bit of wood working skills you can make your own frames. The materials are cheap (relative to purchasing a store bought one) and the best part is you can design it to best suite your photos.

Cheers

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11/26/2007 11:54:24 AM · #3
I've found a good selection at Michael's. (though maybe not for unfinished ones)

Walmart sometimes has some good ones.

11/26/2007 11:15:01 AM · #4
can someone point me in the direction of inexpensive 8x10 frames. I would like to buy them in bulk, and I prefer wood (just regular grain, no paint or stain color). This is for a print on site project so cost is very much a major factor.

Thanks

JM
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