Hobby Lobby’s custom framing prices vary widely, depending on what you need framed and how you want it to look. You can expect to pay about $40 for a small frame with standard options or up to $600 or more for a large frame with premium options. Learn more about Hobby Lobby custom framing prices below.
Hobby Lobby Custom Framing Prices Explained
Custom framing at Hobby Lobby can cost anywhere from $40 to more than $600. Pricing depends on the size of the image, the frame itself, the glass covering, the mat backing, and other customizations. We spoke with framing department representatives at Hobby Lobby stores in Ohio, Tennessee, New Mexico, and Virginia to get an idea of what goes into custom framing price estimates.
Hobby Lobby representatives said the glass is typically the most expensive part of a custom frame order (although some of the premium frame options can cost more than the glass). Hobby Lobby stores offer three different glass qualities, as well as an acrylic covering, for custom frame projects.
Other cost considerations are the frame material and mat backing (optional). Hobby Lobby carries more than 350 styles of molding for custom frame orders starting at $8 for an 8-by-10-inch frame. All custom frames at Hobby Lobby are sold at 50 percent off retail prices, representatives said.
Mats are often used in custom framing projects to back photos, posters, or images and provide an appealing display. Standard-size mats are cheaper than custom-cut mats. Hobby Lobby offers more than 300 different types of acid-free, archival-quality mats starting at $8 for an 8-by-10-inch frame.
To get your image custom framed, you’ll need to visit your nearest Hobby Lobby. After you make your frame and mat selections, Hobby Lobby will provide a free quote for your project. To find a Hobby Lobby near you, use the Hobby Lobby store locator.
How Does Hobby Lobby Custom Framing Compare to Michaels?
Custom framing prices at Michaels typically run a bit higher than at Hobby Lobby. According to Michael’s in-store framing page on its website, custom frames start at $59 for an 8-by-10-inch project. A large frame with premium options can cost up about $850. Keep in mind, Michaels listed prices include the frame, glass, and mat — and in-store coupons are often available.
Because Hobby Lobby has a wide range of custom framing options, your project can cost anywhere from about $40 to more than $600, depending on the size of the image and the type of frame, glass, and mat you choose. However, Hobby Lobby’s custom framing costs tend to be lower than its largest direct competitor, Michaels.
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