‘How-to’ make a deep box frame… ‘How-to’ make a deep box frame… November 9, 2014 zincwhit By zincwhit November 9, 2014 In Framing techniques Recently we made a deep box frames for Kristjana S Williams’ Studio www.kristjanaswilliams.com The moulding arrives in three metre lengths, ready for cutting. The sections are cut, 16 in all, two sections make up the frames and two sections make up the spacer between the artwork and the glass. Here are the four frames ready for assembly. The two frame sections are glued together. Then filled and sanded smooth, ready for painting. Undercoat and three coats, followed by a clear matt varnish. While the frame dries, the two spacers are painted, again, with several coats. The stunning artwork arrives, ready to have a back mount and backboard cut. Voila, looks easy, but takes a day to make the frame and fit the artwork. Related zincwhit More by zincwhit Share000 0 Newer A royal appointment? View all posts Older 'How-to' combine moulding sections Comments (0) Leave a reply Click here to cancel the reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Notify me of new posts by email.