Did you know that you can frame puzzles and games? Board games, puzzles, cards, and game pieces lend themselves very well to a framed display, especially considering most of them have eye-catching design and a flat profile. What a great way to remember a happy memory in the midst of troubled times.
Don't let anyone forget that you won the epic 4-day Monopoly game! You can even include game pieces, cards, and money.
Look what you found while you were cleaning closets! An old game you used to play with your siblings. It's a little worn now to be played, so bring the fun back by framing it. Copy the rules and put it on the back or in a pocket on the back.
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'SOCIAL DISTANCING' GAMES
Lucky you - it was warm enough to get outside and throw the Frisbee around. You had some fun and stayed six feet away from your friends! Capture the memory: get out a permanent marker, write something on the Frisbee to commemorate the time, have everyone sign it, and don't forget to date it. Then frame it!
Sometimes framing a board game or puzzle can get large. Because of the size, it can also get heavy - especially if you use glass to protect it. Consider using acrylic instead! It is lightweight and non-breakable under most circumstances. Be sure to use the UV protecting acrylic so the puzzle or game board won't fade. And, if your piece will hang in an area with a lot of bright lights, ask us about our anti-reflective acrylic options.