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Picture Frame Mouldings- 10 Designs

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These ten picture frames (inspired by an old magazine) have been modified so you can make them with common router bits, using standard 3/4″ thick stock. Add some contrasting wood or a little color, and you will be amazed what you can do with a few bits! Take the skills you learn from these frames (and the video below) and make your own designs, as well!

A fair amount of work went into modifying, digitally modeling and diagramming these profiles, so I am charging a few dollars for that effort. I also recommend you watch the free videos below for additional tips.

  • Basic PDF Plans (dimensions)
  • Dimensions: Inches

You will NOT receive a paper plan. You will be sent a link to download a digital PDF document that is compatible with most computers and digital devices. You may print it yourself or take it to a printing service. We do not provide 3D Sketchup models or CNC G-code.

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