This little package was put together for a customer to present as a gift to a friend.  The circuit board was originally fitted in the UK prototype Concorde and the certificate is signed by Brian Trubshaw the test pilot.



All the framing was completed to conservation standards. The circuit board was attached using archival polyester straps […]

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See through frame

The customer’s requirements included being able to see both sides of her husband’s rugby shirt (to show all the damage caused through use on the pitch.

This needed 2 solid oak frames joined back to back and the ability to attach a chain from 2 points on top for hanging.  I hope the customer’s husband liked […]

By |January 8th, 2015|Framing projects|Comments Off on See through frame

More 3D Framing

Over the past few months we have completed a number of 3D frames and thought you might like to see a few.

A puppy’s first collar and lead along with a photo of the little chap.  Both collar and lead are held in place with mini tags (similar to the ones used for clothing) and coloured red […]

By |January 27th, 2014|Framing projects|Comments Off on More 3D Framing

Needlework the right way

Some people can spend an incredibly long time on their needlework projects and when they ask us to frame we always ensure that no harm is caused to their work and that whatever we do is completely reversible.

This picture shows the method we use to lace a cross stitch to a support board using crochet […]

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A satisfied customer

This little blog post is about some work we have completed over the last 12 months or so for just one customer and was prompted by this recent compliment:

“Following the discovery of Your Picture Framer (Steve) last year we have just had our third project finished and again we are delighted with the final product. […]

By |July 17th, 2013|Framing projects|Comments Off on A satisfied customer

Great Flood of Vermont

We were recently given this old compass to put into a presentation case. The compass is a pin-on type made by the Marble Arms and Manufacturing Company of Michigan USA and a version is still produced today.

This particular compass was used by Janus Crossett Shonio of Waterbury, Vermont, USA. Mr Shonio made particular use of […]

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Football programme

This football programme is being held in the mount without it coming into contact with any glue or adhesive tapes.

We have used archival polyester sheets wrapped around the programme and passed through the undermount to hold it securely in place. A little extra design on the mount cutting in suitable colours and this has […]

By |March 10th, 2013|Framing projects|Comments Off on Football programme

Through the window

Today we took the opportunity to place some of our frame samples in a shop window.


Crafty Mo’s in King Charles Place, St John’s, Worcester has provided some space for our small showcase of framing. It’s good to know that a few more people will be able to see some of our work.



By |March 1st, 2013|News|Comments Off on Through the window

Rod Stewart in Worcester

A short time ago an article appeared in the Worcester News written by Mike Pryce about a young lady who had paid £2 for a ticket to a Rod Stewart concert in Worcester’s Gaumont in 1973.  We sent an email to the reporter asking if he would contact the lady concerned to find out if she wouldn’t mind […]

By |February 22nd, 2013|Framing projects|Comments Off on Rod Stewart in Worcester

It’s a gift!

We thought you might like to see some of our recent work that were all commissioned as gifts (except for the last one):

These British Transport Police shoulder badges (with the officer’s number changed) were framed to commemorate the officer’s promotion last year.  We printed a BTP badge to help balance the layout and double mounted it with […]

By |February 7th, 2013|Framing projects|Comments Off on It’s a gift!