Locally Handcrafted and Simply Beautiful
Our maple frames feature a matte canvas print with a UV protective coating. This means no glass is required allowing for an unobstructed glare-free view of your image.
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Our Framing Process
Custom framing for a perfect finished look
Our maple frames are handcrafted locally in Thunder Bay, ON. They include a beautiful walnut inlay giving extra strength to the frame. These arrive as a simple frame which we then use to finish with your artwork.
We print your photograph on Canson's ProArt Matte Canvas, this is a high quality canvas made from a blend of poly & cotton fibres. After drying for 48 hours we add a coating to protect it from from UV damage, moisture, and abrasions.
Your canvas print is mounted to a high quality Gatorfoam board. It is then placed in the frame and we use flexipoints to secure the print. This will allow you to change out your print with another mounted canvas in the future if you wish to.
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HOW TO UPLOAD & CROP IMAGES
First Select if you would like to print borderless or with a white border.
Click Upload Image and choose from a location on your computer hard drive or phone.
Ensure your crop is correct before adding it to cart.
TROUBLE SHOOTING UPLOADING & CROPPING IMAGE ISSUES
The uploading feature will not allow you to upload an image that is too poor of quality. This ensures that when your picture is printed it will not be pixelated or fuzzy. Please ensure you are uploading the highest resolution version of your image. Sometimes images saved to phones will be a low-resolution version, it is best if you download these images to a computer and then upload them for printing.
CAN I REPLACE THE CANVAS PRINT?
We use flexipoints to secure your print which means the canvas print can be replaced. We recommend only replacing with another mounted canvas print (we will be adding these to our shop soon). Please note that it is not recommended to use a regular print as the frame does not include glass to protect the print from UV and environmental damage.