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4)frame it for less (one of my steadfast rules is that I ALWAYS buy big or special frames when I see them for cheap in thrift stores, especially if they include nice intact mat board as part of the framing. These aren't too hard to come by. They usually contain ugly corporate hotel art or something of the like, but don't be scared off! Look at the frame only.)
To me, a great price is anywhere from $10-50 depending on the frame, but keep in mind that you would pay hundreds in custom framing costs on a big piece, so nearly any thrift store frames, even those priced a bit higher, are probably a great deal.
But what constitutes a "good" thrift store frame, you ask?
|This is in no way a comment on the photos :)|
The old kissing couple is adorable, and the girl probably has collagen injections. Just sayin'.