White Floating Tray Frame for Canvas 2cm or 4cm deep
White, Wooden floating tray frame for your canvas. (You are purchasing the White frame surround only - the baby canvas print is NOT included).
Frame your canvas with a frame - your canvas will look so much better framed than left as it is, please see the additional photos for an example.
Choose from 2 depth options, based on the depth of your canvas.
If your canvas depth is 23mm or less, then choose Depth 23mm option. This depth will be perfect for your canvas. If the depth of your canvas is either 24,25,26mm then your canvas will protrude a little from the frame, which will be fine as these tiny measurements will not affect the overall look of the canvas and frame surround. Alternatively, choose the deeper option of Depth 44mm.
For deeper canvases upto 4cm, choose Depth 44mm option.
All of our tray frames are made to have a gap inbetween the canvas and the frame.
Your frame will come with fixings for you to attach your canvas to the frame (from the rear) and a hanger/or d-rings.
You will need a tape measure, a pencil and a cross-headed screwdriver (aka 'Philips') to screw the provided screws into the frame and your canvas. It takes just minutes to fix your canvas into the frame.
Measure your canvas carefully - we have various standard sizes to choose from, please ensure you are selecting the right canvas size. Measure around the edges of your canvas. You will find that the 'folds' of the canvas at the edges may make the sizing larger than the standard, for example, a 20x30" canvas may actually measure 20.25x30.25", do not worry about this extra measurement, still choose the 20x30" canvas as all frames are made to have a gap inbetween the canvas and the frame so there is extra space to allow for this.
Ensure the depth of your canvas is around 2cm/20mm for the Depth 23mm and up to 4cm for the Depth 44mm option.
Your frame will arrive securely packed in a box, surrounded with bubble. The package will contain the fixings you need and instructions for fixing your existing canvas to the frame. We also have an assembly video on our BabyRice Youtube Channel.