I'm in the process of building a jigsaw puzzle that is 20" by 27" and plan to frame it after completion.
So I am looking ahead of completion to have it ready for framing asap but I am having trouble finding a local retail store in Toronto that have such frames. I've been suggested by Japan Camera, and Sears that it is an uncommon size and should get a custom frame. They quoted the custom frame to be atleast a $100cdn.
Well, my friend suggested Curry or other art stores, but I haven't had the chance to look yet...
I searched on google and found this site: Home of Jigsaw Puzzle Genie which is a company based in Florida, USA. Has anyone dealed with them before?
I found what I was looking for on the site for a 20" x 27" jigsaw puzzle frame kit and sold seperately a faceplate (plastic cover?), the total comes up to be ~$45USD pre-tax, pre-custom and pre-shipping charges? This order will come upto be ~$100CDN, so I'm wondering should I get this kit or should I get a regular picture frame custom made? and from where?
Any opinion or suggestions are greatly appreciated.
Dec 27th, 2005 12:19 AM #1
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Jigsaw Puzzle Frame 20" x 27"
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Dec 27th, 2005 10:33 PM #2
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Dec 28th, 2005 12:58 PM #3
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Jigsaw puzzle frame
I would suggest either Costco who can laminate and mount it **on a backboard** for ~25 bucks, or go to Michaels with a 50% off framing coupon. Michaels includes the glare free glass and you can mount it on pressure tack board or use the puzzel fixer (glue)
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Dec 29th, 2005 12:57 PM #4
I went to an art store last time i did a puzzle.. that was just last september lol.. well the price was $70 for 2 frames.. not bad IMO
Dec 30th, 2005 03:26 AM #5Originally Posted by dtcanada
these are helpful sharings too bad im not a member of costco, or i would defintely check it out.
anyone have experience with puzzle building and framing please share.
Dec 30th, 2005 03:52 PM #6
still interested for more info, if any please
Dec 30th, 2005 11:48 PM #7
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Tried P mall n market village b4?
Dec 31st, 2005 12:30 AM #8Originally Posted by a1tenshi
the art store was on Queen and Gladstone.. Parkdale area..
or.. you know what you could do.. buy puzzle glue at walmart for $4.. and glue it both side.. and slap a piece of paper at the back (a page of calendar or something) and use poster hanger at walmart or zeller for $5.. and u have a nice home made poster for about $10..