Seriously the best and easiest way to frame your art! And a giveaway!



For some reason, unless you have a bottomless bank account, framing is such a HASSLE. Hence why I still have so many prints still rolled up in tubes under my bed. Framing my art always ends up costing more than the art itself, and then if you try to buy the frame unassembled matting and backing and hanging makes you realize that maybe it’s worth the money to have a professional do it!

However – I was just introduced to Change of Art – and wow am I impressed.  The frame is probably the nicest one in my home, it’s eco-friendly, and made in the USA!

Here’s the rundown: “Our EasyGallery® frames eliminate all the usual hassles of matting, framing and hanging. Prints slide in & out – no taping, no taking the frame apart, no fussing with the glass. And you can store a dozen (+) prints in back. Best of all, everything’s changeable – in seconds!”
– Change of Art

Check out how easy it was for me to finally frame and hang a few tiny prints I had bought in Alaska back in 2012 when I ran a marathon.

Slip the art in the slot in the back of the frame.
 Put other prints for display later in the pocket behind the frame.

Use the GENIUS template and easy-peasy button and nail to plan the placement of the frame and tap in the nail.

Align the divot in the frame with the top of the button…

TADA! How amazing is that!

I felt so accomplished afterwards and barely did any work! 
Now, lucky for you guys, the awesome folks at Change of Art are offering one lucky reader a trio of Change of Art frames!
If you want to enter for a chance to win, leave a comment below (or email me) telling me what for or how you would use this genius product.  
The winner will get to choose from white, black, or brown medium-sized frames, and will be announced by random-draw on Wednesday, Feb. 6th.  
Good luck!

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PS: The art is by Alaska artist Gail Niebrugge

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disclosure*: I received the Change of Art Frame as a sample.


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