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    Picture frame parts?

    Where do you guys get the backs, and other things that hold the back in. The things that hold the back in was a black piece that looked kind of like an arrowhead that you just move out of the way to change pictures.

    Just haven't had any luck at stores around here that have backing that I can cut to size or the tabs to hold them in. Just wondering what you all use.
    Thanks
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    Turn Buttons is what you are referring to. I have found them at Craft stores and I have also gone to Frame shops and asked them, usually they will sell you a few at a few cents each. Also catalogs such as LV or Woodcraft or Rockler but you will find the way over priced in WWing catalogs. Here is one:
    http://www.craft-inc.com/m/_general/...kw=turn-button

    You will find them priced at a package of 10 for $0.65 while WoodCrafts, etal. has them for Pkg 10 for $4.50 And that doesn't enclude shipping...
    Although WWing Catalogs and stores provide parts we can't often find, they do take a swipe at your wallet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Simpson View Post
    Turn Buttons is what you are referring to. I have found them at Craft stores and I have also gone to Frame shops and asked them, usually they will sell you a few at a few cents each. Also catalogs such as LV or Woodcraft or Rockler but you will find the way over priced in WWing catalogs. Here is one:
    http://www.craft-inc.com/m/_general/...kw=turn-button

    You will find them priced at a package of 10 for $0.65 while WoodCrafts, etal. has them for Pkg 10 for $4.50 And that doesn't enclude shipping...
    Although WWing Catalogs and stores provide parts we can't often find, they do take a swipe at your wallet.
    Thanks Bill, those were the ones I was looking for, now I just need to find the backing that I can cut to size. Just want something that looks nice because it might be seen from the back.
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