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    ???I have made several different wall hangins that I want to frame and sell. THe problem I am haing is finding wood framing at affordable pricing. I would like to make the frames myself as not all of the projects are the standard sizes. Any ideas on where to look? I would like to spend no more than $10.00 for a simply 4-5' length.

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    Don't know exactly what you've got in mind or what tools are available, but home depot or lowe's in the molding section would be a place to start. There are many different patern available and you could avoid mitre cuts by using rosettes in the corners. If you have the tools and equipment you can buy rough cedar real cheap and it will make nice frames as does the oak, popular, eitc....

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