How to Frame a Football Jersey in a Box Frame

Learn how to frame a football jersey – Get full training just $7 and basic frame class as a bonus here: http://go.masterframeracademy.com/how-to-frame-jerseys
Download my picture framer’s resource guide here: http://www.pictureframeclass.com/framers-resource-guide.html

Framing at Brisbane Picture Framing Workshop. Fix-a-Frame http://www.fixaframe.com.au

Do you need your football jersey framed professionally? Please call Fix-a-Frame 07 3849 8164

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VSYW9_guYEU The picture framing techniques shown in this video are for advanced picture framers.

If you need basic picture framing instruction you can get the how to frame series on Amazon or start by getting the picture frame class DVDs that take you through the basics of picture framing.

The skills to frame your own jerseys and other items can be learned but it does take years of experience to make a quality picture frame both from a view of craftsmanship and the design.

Even qualified custom picture framers are continuously learning and improving their techniques and methods of picture framing.

If you want to learn how to frame pictures or any object, please start with the basics and then practice making frames for replaceable items until you become proficient. When you need a valuable or collectible piece framed please consult a professional.

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Comments

  1. Cygnus111
    Cygnus111 22 July, 2016, 11:36

    Beautiful job, but as someone looking for information it was useless.  It would have been nice to explain just what you were doing, what you were using, why you were doing it that way, etc…  Remember, there are people out there (like myself) who are complete morons when it comes to framing a jersey.  Always assume your audience are idiots; too much information is much better than too little information.

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  2. Imogene Voltz
    Imogene Voltz 22 July, 2016, 11:36

    I made it by myself. I used woodprix scripts for that.

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  3. Derpy Hooves
    Derpy Hooves 22 July, 2016, 11:36

    I wanna do this with a hockey jersey.:o

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  4. Denver Wood
    Denver Wood 22 July, 2016, 11:36

    Did you use glass or acrylic?

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  5. Tony Minejerseys
    Tony Minejerseys 22 July, 2016, 11:36

    Hi, your video is great, could you make a video to describe our soccer jersey? We will send you a free jersey as reward. Thanks!

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  6. Tony Minejerseys
    Tony Minejerseys 22 July, 2016, 11:36
  7. Turbito Bernardi
    Turbito Bernardi 22 July, 2016, 11:36

    Framing level legend. 

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  8. SuperEzepeze
    SuperEzepeze 22 July, 2016, 11:36

    Hi, how much did this actual job cost? was looking at getting a Jersey framed. cheers 

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  9. foley2k
    foley2k 22 July, 2016, 11:36

    Nice video. I have been watching your videos for a while now. Very informative and helpful. Do you have any suggestions on a hockey jersey? They are heavier then the jerseys I have seen you do, as well they have full sleeves, and many of them have rather large shoulder patches on them making them awkward to position.

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  10. Sammantha Flood
    Sammantha Flood 22 July, 2016, 11:36

    I wouldn't actually recommend putting wire on such a large frame. In my experience over the years, using wire on such pieces will bow the frame and cause damage to the walls. Often, the glass and mat have literally fallen out, especially when using the Polystyrene moulding. I find it much safer and logical to anchor your frame by still putting the heavy weight D-rings on, in the same spot, just face them up instead of in, and use more than one point of gravity to hold the awkwardness of the frame to the wall. The flatter is lays on the wall the better, and with wire, you're just asking for it to loosen and bend, and even break. Just my experience while working for many frame shops in the Baltimore area. Hope that helps!

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  11. Lion Picture Framing Supplies Ltd
    Lion Picture Framing Supplies Ltd 22 July, 2016, 11:36

    Great video

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  12. darren baugh
    darren baugh 22 July, 2016, 11:36

    Excellent. Thank you.

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  13. Endurart
    Endurart 22 July, 2016, 11:36
  14. Endurart
    Endurart 22 July, 2016, 11:36

    Hi Sam, as with most things experience and training reduce the risk. Most of the risks involve poor choice of materials or insufficient knowledge of archival framing techniques when it comes to protecting signed memorabilia. A good place to start is with a basic frame making course like easyhomeframer and then study some of the advanced techniques. Qualified framers use tested methods that preserve items so the least risk is choosing a reliable framer but if you desire to learn you will succeed

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  15. _sam
    _sam 22 July, 2016, 11:36

    is it too risky to frame it yourself?

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  16. Endurart
    Endurart 22 July, 2016, 11:36

    The size of frame is usually determined by several factors but if you mean the rebate size then a common choice is 40"x32" because this is the largest size from a standard mat board but we use many different sizes and profiles of frames. If you just need a sheet of glass cut to size and you are in Brisbane, Australia you can get some cut whilst you wait at Fix-a-Frame in Mt Gravatt. You may choose a conservation glass to prevent fading. It is best to discuss this with a qualified framer. Thanks

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  17. markschillin
    markschillin 22 July, 2016, 11:36

    how big of a frame do you use for jerseys? and where could i buy just the glass cover for the frame

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  18. Endurart
    Endurart 22 July, 2016, 11:36

    Thanks for the positive feedback. Will be posting some more videos soon once our new camera arrives. We had one of our cameras stolen with the receiver half of our microphone set up attached so it has slowed us down a little. Back to making more content soon. Thanks again, David

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  19. ToonManager97
    ToonManager97 22 July, 2016, 11:36
  20. king sam
    king sam 22 July, 2016, 11:36
  21. sayitfast
    sayitfast 22 July, 2016, 11:36

    That came out really well… Nice.

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  22. Endurart
    Endurart 22 July, 2016, 11:36

    Thanks for the positive comment. Full training for all types of framing is given personally in framing classes and some video training is inside our membership sites. Just been working on a new framer's club which will launch later this year where detailed basic and professional level techniques will be published for members. The wise framers are the ones who continue to learn and be mentored and professionally coached. People should remember just buying a cookbook doesn't make you a Masterchef

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  23. ArtMechanicsOnline
    ArtMechanicsOnline 22 July, 2016, 11:36

    Ps thanks for posting the great vid so people can see real framing in action. The negative comments aren't justified in my opinion. There are many little tricks average folks could absorb from it even though it is not a complete step by step tutorial. I dont think they realize it would be a super long video to show a complex project like this in detail.

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  24. Endurart
    Endurart 22 July, 2016, 11:36

    Hi ArtMechanics, the space is around 25mm in this frame. We refill our spray bottles with a home mix of glass cleaner. Most cleaners consist of water, alcohol, ammonia and something to control the streaks. The commercial cleaners also are coloured blue to make people feel better. Blue is a clean colour…joke. I'm personally pretty anti-aerosol type cleaners but a local company to us makes a killer aerosol glass cleaner for UV glass otherwise I've found the TRU-Vue cleaner good on all products

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  25. ArtMechanicsOnline
    ArtMechanicsOnline 22 July, 2016, 11:36

    i thought you shouldnt use windex on uv glass? btw the space between glass and fabric look adequate to me. but it is hard to tell in the vid. things i have read in pfm magazine suggest 1/4" to 1/2 inch as adequate.

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