Re: NANFA-- Thanks Casper...and NANFA!

Sajjad Lateef (
Thu, 19 Jun 2003 08:29:50 -0700 (PDT)

Between all those hundreds of tanks and dozens of breeder awards,
how the heck did you manage to get prints and photos up on your
fishroom walls, scott? <grin>

Seriously, small (8x10 and smaller) frames are reasonably priced
especially if you go with metal/plastic components. Wood is more
expensive. The price goes up exponentially with size and custom

That reminds me, I have a couple of Joe T.'s native fish prints
that I should get framed.


--- unclescott <> wrote:
> Aren't there some frame stores such as The Great Frame Up or craft
> places
> like Michaels where frames can be had much more reasonably?
> My son, out of town at the moment, framed up several prints, photos
> and
> small posters of mine a couple of years ago. A basic metal frame,
> cardboard
> backing and plastic front and they look pretty sharp in the fishroom.
> ;)
> I know we didn't spend $100s on them. :)


Sajjad Lateef
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