On behalf of Expert Village, I am Debbie Reeves
at John’s Design Center and I am here to tell you about custom picture framing. Now, the
next thing we need to do is measure the picture to find out what size frame that we need to
cut. Some people will tell you that you need to use a wooden ruler like this to measure
your picture. But, I’m telling you to never use a wooden ruler like this to measure your
picture. What you want to use is a tape measure just like this. You can find them anywhere.
What we are going to do is measure this oil painting right here. So, all you do is you
bring it here and I see that this picture is twenty inches by twenty four. So, that
tells me that a twenty by twenty four is a standard size. So, as you saw before, we were
able to find a standard size frame to fit this. But, the next one we are going to measure
is this watercolor right here. Now, this watercolor needs to have a matting on it. So, we have
the matting here that we are going to used for this picture. But, as you see, this is
four inches. We might not quite want four inches. We may only want three inches. So,
let’s decide we are going to use three inches on this. So, what you do is, you add three
inches and three inches, and that comes to six. So, put your finger on the six, and you’ll
see my picture is going to be twenty seven inches by twenty two inches. You never, ever
measure when you are using a mat, you never measure the image. You do not ever want to
know that because you’ll end up cutting the mat and the frame all wrong. So, first determine
what size margin that I want. That size margin is going to be three inches. So remember,
you add the two together which makes six. And your picture is twenty two inches by twenty
seven inches which gives you a three inch margin all the way around this picture.

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1. Cornyco says:

@joshgo916 it was really annoying me too!

2. sophism says:

lol i love how she just breaks the ruler

3. lee verret says:

she pronounces measure funny.

4. Congorats says:

"Maysure"

5. rob riley says:

Ffs its measure not maysure i couldn't finish watching this for that single reason it aggravated me that much!!

6. Travis Canaday says:

When she snapped that yardstick in half, I knew she meant business. But where can I buy one of these "tape maysures?"

7. Kay Jones says:

None of this makes any sense to me!

8. Cravens Boughner says:

Go to woodprix webpage if you'd like to know how to build it. Good solutions for everyone I think

9. Joe River says:

There was really no reason to break a good ruler. That was a bit dramatic and extreme. There are poor children all around the world without rulers!😑

10. Romelia Polly says:

Go to woodprix if you'd like to build it yourself.

11. SoulStoriesLtd R says:

Gosh!! Why did she break that poor ruler? It easily could have done what she was doing with that stupid tape.

12. JeffSayYes says:

What kind of accent does this lady have?

13. Angela Davis says:

I love this lady! 👍

14. Yami Sukehiro says:

Poor ruler 😭

15. Markiz Mendez says:

Looks like Luke before he has joined RSD

16. Rospisev says:

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17. Alex Rodriguez says:

yo, she ain't fuckin around when it comes to maysuring