I chose to frame with Framebridge after seeing their ads on Instagram. This I did in October, where I chose frames for the artwork and paid for the framing in full. Then, in the rush of workshops and travel, it was late November when I got around to actually mailing original art work. The day to mail art work was quite nerve wrecking. Now, imagine your best art work – because why would you splurge on framing if the art work was not good enough – and you had to mail it in a cardboard tube with a risk of losing it in the mail? I’ve lost a framed painting in mail – so I know how much this bites. I replaced the full sheet painting with one I would be less sorry about losing and sent the three paintings rolled into a tube. If I lost the paintings, I promised to paint better to make up for them. The paintings reached in 10 days, it took 2-3 more days before I got an email notification from Framebridge about them opening my package and starting to work on them. 2 days after each such email, I had another notification giving me a tracking number for my mailed package. All three packages arrived within a day of each other. All of them arrived unscathed and well packed. The frames themselves are of good finish, strung well, backed well and have soft felt rounds on the bottom. On top of it, they have an artist program which allows an artist to frame their paintings at 10% discount. This I learned after I gave them a shout out on my Instagram page!