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Magnetic Photo Booth Frames

Photo Booth Strip Magnetic Picture Frames

Magnetic Photo Booth Frames
  • Available in White Satin and Tuxedo Black.
  • Custom sizes to fit any size photo booth pictures.
  • Wholesale buyers welcome.
  • Great for photo booth pictures at weddings, graduations, sporting events and parties.
  • Magnet covers the entire back of the frame.
  • Crystal clear photo friendly front protects photo.
  • Nothing to hide any part of the picture.
  • A perfect take home gift at weddings or parties.
  • Mail easily in a card or letter.

How to measure your photos and order frames to fit.

Simply measure the length and width of your photos and order frames for that size. As an example, shown in the picture below is a pink piece of paper representing a photo in one of our frames. The width of the paper measures 2 1/8". In order for this photo to slide easily into one of our frames, it is necessary for us to make the frames just a little larger inside than the actual width of the photo. You don't need to worry about this additional space inside the frames. Just supply us with the actual length and width of your photos and we will do the rest. If your photos measure 2 1/8 inches by 6 inches, you will order 2 1/8 inch by 6 inch frames. The frames we make for you will fit beautifully.

Measure your photo booth pictures photoboothruler05.jpg

How to Measure 101
Some rulers are made with the actual measuring marks that start in just a little from the left end of the ruler. This is done so if a ruler gets banged around or damaged, it can still be used to measure accurately. Don't make the mistake of starting your measurements at the actual end of the ruler if the markings start in a bit. If you measured from the end of the ruler, you would be adding to the total measurement. The plastic ruler in the photo above is an example of this. Notice the first marking is in just a bit from the end and is where we begin our measurement of the photo width, not the end of the ruler. High quality stainless steel rulers like the second ruler shown, will often start their markings at the actual end of the ruler. That's because stainless steel does not damage easily like wood or plastic rulers might. If it’s been a long time since you measured anything, please click here for some basics for using a ruler. This will save you untold embarrassment and time not to mention money in shipping the wrong size frames back and forth.