Provided CFAI doesn’t reject my work experience, I’m looking forward to getting the giant diploma and hanging it in my office as recognition of all the hours I spent in the local college library looking at college coeds. Does anyone have any recommendations in terms of framing the publishers clearing house sized certificate? I saw this one digging through the archives: http://www.framingsuccess.com/framing2/catalog@ELEVATOR.FXP?sessionid=30L0QYD4Z&SEARCH_CATEG01=Certificate%20-%20CFA%20Embossed%20with%20Blue/Gold%20Double%20Mat&SEARCH_PLINID=VA91&SEARCH_CATEG09=Y&SEARCH_CATEG03=Y Looks pretty nice, and not too expensive. Is there anything better out there?
You can always go to local frame stores like Michael’s to get the frame customized. According to them, you can probably preserve your certificate for 100 years if using their customized frame. But not cheap (probably double the framing success price) I got my degree frame from framing success and it looks nice. Plus sometimes you got the discount coupon. Why bother?
I am absolutely thrilled with the custom framing I got from Aaron Brothers (not sure if this national). In a package (with matting, mahogany thick wood…etc) was about $300 but looks like $1,000! I can even send you a pick of what it looks like if you care.
crablegs Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I am absolutely thrilled with the custom framing I > got from Aaron Brothers (not sure if this > national). In a package (with matting, mahogany > thick wood…etc) was about $300 but looks like > $1,000! I can even send you a pick of what it > looks like if you care. Keep the picture, send the charter
Crablegs…sure, send it over: firstname.lastname@example.org
First of all — Congratulations!!! Re framing, I strongly suggest you get a very nice frame, double matted is cool…to showcase all the hard work you put into this. I spent about $300 and am proud of it!