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I received the frames and they are all beautiful! …the degree and certification frames are hanging on the wall at my office. I have gotten several compliments on them. I am so pleased with my whole experience with your company. I will definetly order from you guys again. Thanks for everything!
Anna A., Sheridan, WY

How to Order a Replacement Diploma

How do I get a replacement if my diploma is lost or damaged? To obtain a new replacement diploma in the event that your original has was been damaged, destroyed, lost, or if you have had a change of name, contact the Office of the Registrar at the College or University you attended.  Try doing a search on Google for "Registrar Office replacement diploma" along with the full name of your alma mater.  In most cases, this will return a link to an online page with complete details on the process fo ...

Three Options for Showcasing Your Diploma

Once you finally earn your long-awaited college or university diploma, don't let it sit in a drawer or stay all rolled up in a tube. After all, even the tube or folder that you may use for storage is likely not acid-free - and will, in and of itself, contribute to damage over time. There are three options for showcasing your diploma. A plaque, lamination or custom framing are the choices. The safe and best choice for your diploma is custom framing.

What is pH and why it Matters in Picture Framing

The pH measurement runs on a scale of 0 to 14 and reflects the relative level of acidity or alkalinity of the material being measured.  In the case of picture framing, the pH measurement is an important consideration that will affect the longevity of the item you are framing.  A rating of 7.0 (plus or minus .5) is considered neutral.  As the pH shifts lower on the scale, it means the material is more acidic; as it shifts higher than the neutral range, then the material is more alkaline.  ...

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