About Our Frames
FrameMyCollection specializes in professional quality frames for your collectibles. Each product is made to order in the USA and features solid wood frames in four colors, acid-free mats in eighteen colors, and glass with UV protection .
We have a unique patent-pending framing process that is conservation safe, easy to assemble at home, won’t harm your collectible, and beautifully displays your memorabilia. Serious collectors love the fact that the items can be easily and quickly removed, and replaced with a different item to complement any room setting. Record collectors appreciate the ability to quickly remove the vinyl to be able to play it.
With our distinctive mat design and UV glass, our frames are an affordable alternative to custom frame shops and a great addition to any room. The frames allow customers to rekindle the old memories of album vinyl, baseball cards, sports programs, comic books, and days gone by.
We are always adding new products and welcome custom orders. Currently we offer the following frames:
About Our Company
Picture Perfect, the parent company of FrameMyCollection.com, was established in 1985 by John and Judy Templeton. For more than 25 years, we have designed, manufactured and distributed fine gift products and collectibles.
In 2006, with our customers in mind, Picture Perfect began to design, manufacture and distribute custom picture frames with a focus on vintage record frames and trading card frames. Since then, we have expanded the product line to include comic book frames, sports program frames, playbill frames, postcard frames, Little Golden Book frames, t-shirt frames and more.
Our primary goal is to produce a quality product at an affordable price and to ALWAYS be there for our customers. If you have any questions, concerns, suggestions or comments about our products please email us and be assured that we will personally reply.
Premium Clear with 45% UV protection
Included on all products at no additional charge
A basic level glass that is suitable for artwork being displayed in a light-controlled area. This glass blocks 45% of UV light, reflects less than 8% of light (glare), and has greater than 90% light transmission (clarity).
2 ML thick
Conservation Clear with 99% UV protection
Upgrade glass available for an additional charge
This glass is ideal for preserving fragile pieces such as old photographs or newspaper clippings, or pieces that are hanging in a room or area that gets lots of sunlight. This glass blocks 99% of UV light to protect against fading, reflects less than 8% of light (glare), and has greater than 89% light transmission (clarity).
2.5 ML thick
All of Picture Perfect's glass fronts are clean and ready to use. We do not recommend that you remove the glass from the frame in order to clean it.
If spot cleaning is needed use the following techniques:
- Use a clean, soft, lint-free cloth to clean the glass. Tru Vue (the glass manufacturer) recommends using a micro-fiber cloth.
- Spray a small amount of ammonia-free cleaner onto the cloth. Spraying onto the cloth will prevent overspray.
- Press the cloth against the glass and clean in round, circular motions.
The trim line (core) of our acid-free matting is the back (non-colored) part of the mat board. Most mat colors are available in either black or white trim line. This designates the color of the decorative "v-groove" line around the framed piece and the small 1/16" line around the record, CD or trading card.
Below are the technical specs from our mat board supplier.
Trim line (core) and backing papers are acid free and buffered with calcium carbonate.
Facing papers are formulated to provide high fade and bleed resistance.
Picture Perfect guarantees all of our frames to be free from defects and backs this with a 100% refund guarantee or product replacement.
Conservation is our main objective in the frames that we offer. Utilizing our frames should keep your valuable or decorative pieces safe for years.
Our liability is limited to the cost of the product purchased. Hanging artwork in any bright (sunny) room will eventually cause the artwork to fade (see glass specs). This is the reason museums are dark and do not allow flash photography.
We advise all of our customers to use common sense in deciding where to hang valuable or autographed pieces, and to avoid sunny rooms or direct sunlight for any valuable artwork.