Post #OC008:  Date: December 28th, 2017


P. Anderson, an employee at my favorite restaurant, Kenner Seafood, asked me to frame this "Ponchatoula, Louisiana Strawberry Festival" poster.  It was a doozy to decide what frame and mat(s) to use.  It would NOT look good with two mats... green top mat  and red bottom mat because it looked to "Chlristmasy", soooo... I decided to use only a green mat.  The best frame was 1 3/4" wide and is known as having a "wash board" finish.  It is a combination "white" and "light cream", slightly rough to give it that "old" look.  The matboard is 1 3/4" wide.  The outside of the frame is 26" x 36".



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Post #OC007:  Date: November 27th, 2017


"J. Thibodaux", a customer from Houma, La. brought in 31  football cards and their names printed on thick paper on November 24th to be framed.  It took her several months to find all these football cards.  This will be a Christmas gift to her boyfriend.  He will R-E-A-L-L-Y be shocked and surprised! 


The moulding is FD # 71 and is 1 1/2" wide. The OUTSIDE dimensions of the frame is 25" x 42"!  Top mat is 1 1/2" wide and is called "Onyx".  It is the "blackest" of all the black mats.  The bottom mat, a "metalic" mat called "Gold Rush", is 1 3/4" wide.  The total amout of openings in 127... 65 cutouts in the top mat/62 cutouts in the bottom mat.  The opening were cut out using my computerized mat cutter.


Thanks for the business J. Thibodaux!  Enjoy...


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Post # OC006:  Date: July 15th, 2017


I completed this order on July 15th, 2017.  E. Eusea, a customer from Paradis, La. brought this in. 


Frame Des:  #71

Moulding Width: 1 1/2"

Size:  11 5/8" x 14 1/8" (O.D.:  14 1/4" x 16 7/8")

Top Mat:  9557 P

Bottom Mat:  9852 G

Vacu-Sealed on foamboard

Wire Hanger

Regular Glass


Thanks for the business Mr. E. Eusea!


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Post # OC005:  Date:  July 2nd, 2017


This is another job I completed for a customer from Kenner, LA..  Go to "Post # OC001" to see the other one done before this one. 


I thought this poster was pretty neat.  It needed a mat because it had very little space along the outside edges.  The mat would have to be either black or white.  If the mat chosen were black, the best frame would be a white picture frame moulding.  The mat he selected was white, resulting in the selection of a black picture frame moulding. The black moulding selected was 1 1/4" wide... a good selection for that size poster.  It was NOT to narrow/not too wide.



Frame O.D.:  16 1/8" x 40"

Frame I.D.:  14 1/8" x 38"

Frame Design: F150 - Black

Mat #:  9557P w/ 1 1/4" Trim

Print was "Vacu-Mounted"

Glass Type:  Regular Glass 

Hanger:  Wire Hanger


Contact me if you have any questions.  ajh


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Post # OC0004:

Date:  July 1st, 2017


This is a fairly old post from my OLD website. 


But, TODAY, Kenner Seafood is still #1.  Click HERE for their website.  Chick HERE for their very large and fabulous menu!


Enjoy.  ajh


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Post # OC003

Date:  July 1st. 2017


"N.O. Saints 1st Game... 1967" was another image of a completed frame job I displayed on my OLD website.


This layout also took me a while to figure out. 


All cuts were made using my CMC (Computerized Mat Cutter).


As always, please feel free to call me if you have any question about anything I framed in the past or questionss reguarding what YOU might want framed.  Thanks again for all the business.  ajh


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Post # OC002

Date:  July 1st, 2017


"Golf Balls Framed..." was  completed and posted on my OLD website.


This is a unique frame job indeed.  It took me a while to come up with this idea.  I had everything layed out on the taple, showed him my suggestion and he agreed to it.


When the customer picked it up he was surprised at the "finished" job and loved it!


The cut outs in the mat were done with my CMC (Computerized Mat Cutter). 


If you have any questions about ANYTHING on display, please feel free to contact me.  Thanks for the business.  ajhohensee



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Post # OC001

Date: July 1st, 2017


This is my 1st post in "New Photos/Info"!


As you can see, the image contains a photo of the entire poster framed, a photo of one of the corners, and a "text" box.  Describing the "Details"  gives you a better idea of what you are actually looking at.  Without the moulding "width" would have NO idea on how wide it actually is unless you have seen the actual poster unframed.  Knowing the size of the frame helps in mentally picturing how it might look hanging in your home or office.  


If you have any questions about this post, please feel free to call me at any time or send me eMail.  


Thanks for all the business.  I really appreciate it!  ajhohensee  ☺



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