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Old 01-19-2014, 12:40 PM
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Re: Framing Scratchboard/Claybord


I had the same concerns so I use double-sided (sturdy) tape at home (I often shuffle things around and recycle my frames). However if sending to a show I would absolutely recommend glueing - I learned the hard way that the sturdiest tape is just temporary when one of my pieces fell off the mounting foam. I was lucky one of my WC friends was on hand to save the day, but if not that could have resulted in a piece being rejected or worse, someone buying it and having it fall off their wall!

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