Category: Tips & Tricks

How to Frame Small Art (Art Smaller than 5″ x 5″)

Looking to frame art smaller than 5″x5″? We’ve got the step by step guide!

Tips for Creating a Home Art Museum

Everyone likes an art museum, but how about having one in your home? Here, we’re sharing our best tips for creating your own home art museum.

Puzzle Frames: A Few Tips For Framing Puzzles

Looking for puzzle frames? This comprehensive guide will tell you everything you need to know about framing puzzles!

The 7 Photo File Formats You Need To Know About

Your image title probably has three letters after it — these stand for your photo file format. In this post, we’ll go over some notable formats and their common uses.

How To Keep Your Picture Hanging Level

In this post, we’ll discuss some steps you can take on how to keep your picture hanging level at all times.

The 12 Best Photo Editing App Options for Hobbyists, Pros, and Everyone In Between

Are you looking to enhance your photos with post production. But you aren’t sure where to start? These are the best photo editing apps!

Improving Your Photo — 5 Basic Ideas To Help Make Your Picture Display Worthy

Improving your photo after its taken can be easy. With these basic editing tips, your photo can be that much more perfect.

Custom Size Frames: 5 Advantages for Sizing, Quality, and Purchasing

Custom size frames have several advantages over store bought picture frames. We’re sharing a few key advantages when it comes to size, quality, and purchasing.

9 Helpful Tips for Buying Picture Frames In Bulk

Buying picture frames in bulk is often a big financial investment. We’ll go over some things to make sure you have covered before making a larger purchase.

How to Format Photos for Online Framing and Matting

Looking to have some photos printed online for framing and matting, but not sure how to format them properly? From understanding sizing and DPI to formatting offset matting and photo collages, we’re sharing some easy tips and tools to turn you into a photo formatting whiz using Canva and/or Photoshop.

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