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    Hi,
    I would like to replace several old 5 x 7 and 8 x 10" picture frames with wooden frames. I have a few books with frames but I don't really don't care for the fancy ones with all the curly do's. I really like the plan ole fashion ones. Any ideas?
    Thanks!

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    Rick has tons of the old picture frame designs, from the really fancy ones to the not so fancy ones. its worth takin a look at Rick's Scrollsaw
    Dale w/ yella saws

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    • #3
      I just buy oak trim from home depot and make my own.
      Don

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        I have not done it yet but I read this. Rout with a 3/4 inch router bit down the center of a board. Scroll saw through the center of the cut . Then cut your 45 degree angles at the desired length and glue together. It should give you 3/8th inch space on each side for the picture. Hope this helps.

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