Frame options: Standard Brown, Standard Black, Deluxe Black, Antique White, Rustic Barnwood, and Deluxe Barnwood.
Frame details: All Standard and Deluxe frames are made out of real pine wood. They have a very smooth finish with a fine-textured surface. Our Rustic and Deluxe Barnwood frames are made out of a combination of reclaimed barnwood, fencing, and some newer cedar wood planks. All of our frame styles readily accept nails and hangers, hanging hardware is included with each frame but does not come preinstalled. Our Standard and Deluxe frames provide a classy finish and look, while our Barnwood frames offer more of a rugged or rustic look. Framed Names measure roughly 40” x 16” x 1”. Frame dimensions will vary slightly based on the moulding thickness of the frame selected.
Due to the hand crafted nature of our Barnwood Frames, both the Rustic Barnwood Frames and the Deluxe Barnwood Frames will vary from frame to frame in color and exact size. We are unable to guarantee the exact coloration of Barnwood Frames.
Mat details: We offer black, white, and beige colored mattes. All mattes are standard, white-core, bevel-cut mat boards. Mat dimensions are 12” x 36”
Pictures: We offer black & white and sepia photos. All photos are printed in a professional lab on top quality photo paper, and the color quality is also inspected on every picture to ensure to quality. All pictures are taken from our professional photographer. You will only find these pictures at Frame the Alphabet.
Picture sizes: The size of your pictures is determined by the number of letters in your custom frame. Picture sizes are as follows: 8”x10” (3-4 letters), 5”x7” (5-6 letters), 4”x6” (7-8 letters), and 3.5”x5” (9-11 letters).
Facing: We use a material called acrylic. It is .06 of an inch thick and is used as an alternative to glass in our picture frames. Acrylic should only be cleaned by water or a soft cloth, not solvent.
Backing: Backing is supported with unbendable, metal, Fletcher points. Then, it is finished off professionally with a classy paper backing.
Hanging: A saw-tooth hanger is provided and should be nailed into the back of your frame at the top, in the center of the wood. It is the easiest of the hanging options to install, making it a popular choice for basic framing projects.