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    Default ISO 10x10 Frame (reasonably priced) b&m store, preferably

    I wasn't sure where to put this, but I need help. I bought one of those JCPenney 10x10" collage photos (darn "enhancement" salespeople), and now I can't find a frame for it. They had some there, but they were really high priced for mediocre quality, IMO. I'd like to pick it up asap. Have you see any?
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    I bought mine at Sears in their houseware dept (not the photog dept). Here's an online look at them. Mine is a white frame with a white matting. They also had brown and black in the store IIRC. Good price when they are running a sale and good quality as well.
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    I have one from Target. It was about $16 or so.

    LOL about the salespeople. I have an 8x12 collage I never found a frame for from DS's first birthday in '07. Still irks me when I look at it.
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    I know Craft stores sometimes carry frames that will hold a scrap book page 12x12 a bit bigger than what you need but you can always mat it i suppose

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    Quote Originally Posted by MacMacMoo
    I know Craft stores sometimes carry frames that will hold a scrap book page 12x12 a bit bigger than what you need but you can always mat it i suppose
    I would try this. These aren't usually expensive, frequently you can find a 40% off coupon, and you can get them to cut a mat for you in the store (much cheaper than a custom frame).
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