8" x 12" Silver Linings™ Photo Blocks with Silver Edge (10/Bx)
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8" x 12" Silver Linings™ Photo Blocks with Silver Edge (10/Bx)

Item #: 86812MOUNT
  • For 8" x 12" photos & prints
  • Silver trim edge
  • Just peel, stick, & trim - makes a quick, easy photo gift
  • Use as portrait or landscape + hang or stand up
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Overview

Silver Linings™ self-stick photo blocks make it easy for anyone to create a beautiful photo gift, in only a few minutes, and with no special equipment. Simply peel off the liner, line up your print, smooth your print down, and then trim off the edges -- that's it!

These photo block frames are built for 8" x 12" photos and can be used in either portrait or landscape orientation and can be either hung up on the wall or stand up on a desk. The back features dual holes for hanging, as well as a screw-in kickstand for tabletop display. They are 3/4" thick and feature a silver edge. The actual block dimensions are 7-3/4" x 11-3/4", so your photo will need to be trimmed once applied.

Perfect for holidays, special events, and even retail displays, these photo mounting blocks offer quick, professional, modern photo and print displays. These self-adhesive frames are also perfect for businesses looking to create a modern sign for important information. And because they are affordable and sold in a small pack of just 10 blocks, they are also a great choice for individuals making gifts. Pair with the photo block accessories for the most professional finish.

Specifications

Item #86812MOUNT
ManufacturerSpiral
Manufacturer Part Number86812MOUNT
UPC Code858237005813
Print Size8" x 12"
Block Size7-3/4" x 11-3/4" x 3/4"
Border ColorSilver
Back ColorTan
Adhesive Liner ColorWhite
OrientationUniversal; Portrait & Landscape
DisplayHang with Holes in Back or Stand with Included Screw-In Kickstand
Optional Accessories (Not Included)Photo Block Accessories
Quantity10 Frames / Box

Description

Looking to show off your photos instead of the frame they're trapped in? Silver Linings Self-Adhesive Photo Mounting Blocks provide the simplest and quickest method for frameless photo mounting. It has never been easier to create a professional, high-quality photo block or mounted piece of art within seconds. For DIY customers at home, simply peel, stick, and trim! Production environments such as event photographers, photo centers, and copy shops can watch the short instructional video once and that's all the training they will need.

How to Use Silver Linings Photo Blocks

  1. Peel back a small part of the liner and align your print on the exposed adhesive
  2. Peel the remainder of the liner while applying light, even pressure with a hand roller, starting at the adhered corner, moving to the opposite, and then over the entire print.
  3. Use the specialized Olfa Deluxe rotary cutter to trim the edges of the print flush with the mounting block.

Some of our popular customers include event photographers, art studios, print shops, and even at-home users. Just peel, stick, and trim - it is that simple and can be made in just a couple of minutes. Buy Silver Linings self-adhesive photo mounting blocks online today and start creating premium photo prints on-demand.

Silver Linings Self-Adhesive Photo Mounting Blocks are lightweight, yet sturdy with a self-adhesive top. They are available for various popular print sizes, with the block being just 1/4" slightly smaller than the print, which allows for offset or placement variances. All sizes are 3/4" thick with holes in the back for hanging on the wall, as well as a screw-in bar to stand up on a table. The exposed edges come in various finishes; a smooth, metallic silver or black. The finished products are beautiful as separate pieces or arranged in a collection on the wall.

Videos

How to Make Photo Blocks with Silver Linings Frames from Binding101

Transcript: Today we're going to show you how easy and simple it is to create a Silver Linings mount frame.

The first thing you would do is peel back the release liner on your frame. Place your frame into your jig. Align your photo with the frame and tack your photo down to where the adhesive was exposed. Now, taking your roller, simply roll the picture as you are releasing the liner. Now you've got your picture mounted on your frame, simply take the safety cutter to trim the excess photo off your frame....
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Today we're going to show you how easy and simple it is to create a Silver Linings mount frame.

The first thing you would do is peel back the release liner on your frame. Place your frame into your jig. Align your photo with the frame and tack your photo down to where the adhesive was exposed. Now, taking your roller, simply roll the picture as you are releasing the liner. Now you've got your picture mounted on your frame, simply take the safety cutter to trim the excess photo off your frame.

And there you've got your beautifully finished mount frame.

Now the other thing on your mount frame is there is a stand that comes with the frame. Simply remove your stand from the back of the frame and screw it into the back. And there you have it so it can stand on a desk or a table. And you have a beautifully finished Silver Lining mount frame.

Assembly of Silver Linings™ Photo Frames

Transcript: Watch the Silver Linings™ demonstration video to learn how to make a photo mounting block using the Silver Linings™ frames and accessories. The result will be a beautiful and professionally finished photo block that can be hung up on the wall or stood up on a table.
Watch the Silver Linings™ demonstration video to learn how to make a photo mounting block using the Silver Linings™ frames and accessories. The result will be a beautiful and professionally finished photo block that can be hung up on the wall or stood up on a table.

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