Apologies if this is in the wrong forum! General discussion, didn't fit in with anything else, ANYWAY. So I collect TF-related art, and recently ordered an inked Doubledealer page off Unrealbooks. It came in the mail today and I was all YAAAAAAAAY up until the point where I realized like, so many of my other art pieces, I have no way to really display it. Cue sad Mindy, up until she remembered that a friend had given her some advice when she had posted this dilemma on her LJ: Make Your Own Frame/Mat! The page came with two pieces of...particle board, I think it's called. I dunno. Either way, it's lightweight, it's sturdy, and it was the perfect test material. Since it was sized close enough to the page, I decided that I could try working with it - and my material to use as the frame? This crapton of polystyrene sheeting I ordered for my cosplay but have stalled on using in lieu of technical difficulties. The result is...crude, but I think it works! It's currently on my computer hutch, behind my monitors, held up by scotch double-sided thick tape I dunno what it's called but in lieu of me not having one of those picture-frame-adapters-with-nails it works, I think! I'm pleased enough by the way it turned out to try out one of my other art pieces - a commission by the Awesome Alex Milne. Anyway, felt like sharing.