If you are anything like me, you are at Michaels more than you might like to admit.  I am constantly there for collecting supplies for my daughter’s slime projects, or her crafts, a birthday present or picking up something to finish off a project of my own.  Now you have another reason.  Michaels has paired up with one of my go to’s Aaron Brothers Custom Framing and you can now have access to the same great quality you have come to know and love at Aaron Brother’s, now at Michaels… both in store and online!  You can bring in your piece to the store and they will assist you through the entire process of having your item framed, exactly to your specifications.  Or if you have an amazing shot that lives on your phone or your computer, because don’t they all?!  You can simply go to their website, upload your image and choose your framing options right from there.

I had a few pieces framed recently and could not be happier with the process or the quality.  I had a sketch of the hotel that we were married in commissioned for our Anniversary.  This was an important piece that has a lot of sentimental value.  Knowing it would be a piece that would adorn our walls for years to come, I choose a simply black gallery frame with a thick white mat.  Choosing to have a bit more fun, I decided to pair it with a large print of a Parisian fountain that I choose from their expansive art gallery.  Adding the burled wood frame to this piece added a little more character and warms up this corner.


You can also have larger pieces up to 30×40 framed.  Needing a large piece to fill this corner of the library, I went with a print of these black birds in a simple white museum frame to coordinate with the rest of the frames in the room.  When in doubt, a clean and classic museum frame is always the right choice.


Not only do they frame your art, you can also choose to have their quality frames filled with either cork or mirror.  Great options when you are looking for a specific size.

And I have to tell you, as someone who specifies art frequently for projects the pride in their shipping and the mounting hardware provided have been some of the best I have seen.  There is nothing worse than having your artwork arrive poorly packed or the hardware not to be up to par.


**This post was sponsored by Aaron Brothers at Michaels.  All images and opinions are my own.**