Making Custom Handmade Reclaimed Wood Frames for my St. Francois Mountain Project
In this short video, I share an overview of the steps I have to do to create handmade frames for my Platinum Prints. I only use reclaimed wood that I source from old barns or pallets. I hope you enjoy the video and I look forward to your comments and questions.
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