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Old 07-21-2019, 01:29 PM
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Question Floating watercolor in frame

Hello, everyone,

I would like to float a sheet of handmade paper(with 4 deckled edges) on top of another sheet of Rough or #300 paper. The Rough paper will be the entire background. I am flummoxed as to finding the sort of frame with a very narrow edge to do this. The biggest issue seems to be the separation of the work from the plexiglass.
(I think plexiglass is the only option as the whole will be a 22X30 job.)

Any ideas or experiences in accomplishing this sort of frame job?
Michaels? Dick Blick?

Thanks, in advance!
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