Greene & Greene picture frame plan

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Am i crazy but I'm sure that I saw the patern in PDF for the Greene & Greene picture frame? I want to start making my own templates, but I cannot find the plans.

Thank you for your help.

Simon-Pierre

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There wasn't a PDF but there was a jpg image. You can certainly try to scale it up to create the templates. I'll send you the image via private message.

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I was thinking about making the Greene & Greene picture frame for a few family christmas gifts, so I was pricing out all the items i would need (Guild project, Mark's Templates, Bell Forest wood packages) and was wondering if anyone new the exact dimensions of the mirror that is needed, so I could price out that? I was hoping it was a standard size that might be found in the big box stores so I would not have to have them custom cut some where.

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I was thinking about making the Greene & Greene picture frame for a few family christmas gifts, so I was pricing out all the items i would need (Guild project, Mark's Templates, Bell Forest wood packages) and was wondering if anyone new the exact dimensions of the mirror that is needed, so I could price out that? I was hoping it was a standard size that might be found in the big box stores so I would not have to have them custom cut some where.

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Just for the mirror, I went to a place locally and it cost me 10$, so that will give you an idea :) I think you will have to go custom.

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The mirror is roughly 15" x 15". Definitely a custom cut.

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