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Thread: Where can I buy 8 x 8 frames?

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    Where can I buy 8 x 8 frames?

    I'm having trouble finding any 8 x 8 frames' preferably unadorned with "stuff". Just nice, plain frames. Has anyone else had any luck, and if so, would you please share the source?

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    Have you tried your local scrapbook stores? Some have 12x12, and may have 8x8 as well.

    You also might want to input your search into froogle - you may have an easier time finding them online.

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    Neither Hobby Lobby or Michael's had anything the last time I looked - not long ago - and I haven't found any online, either. I even sent an email to Burns, who makes so many frames we see, telling them that scrapbookers need 8.5 11 and 8 x 8 and 12 x 12 sizes. No response. The sizes of photo paper don't go with the frames that are sold. It's sort of like when they packaged 10 hot dogs to a pack, and the bun makers sold buns in packages of 8! It took forever for them to standardize. I'm frustrated, so I'm sitting here eating way too many pralines while I print layouts. Toots for me - I will have printed 18 layouts today! Wahoo - another job caught up on!

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    Here's one that is wood:
    http://www.artcity.com/tpf-960-8x8.html

    and bazzill sells shadow boxes:
    http://www.scrapgal.com/product_info...oducts_id=8721

    Oh, and this company has 8x8, 8.5x11, and 6x6 (and any other size you can imagine) - but good luck navigating the site, it has so much stuff, it looks a bit hard to get around
    http://mirageoutlet.stores.yahoo.net...oodframes.html

    HTH

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    Thank you, Melanie! BIG HUGS, too!

    Proudly CT Scrapping for Helen!
    GDS Blinkies by Melanie!
    Barbara



    A grandmother's place is at the computer or behind the camera!

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