# Re: slightly OT: prezzie from my DBIL

Veloise wrote:
Sharon wrote:

... I'd really like to get a glass or plexiglass box to hang around it, but I don't know if
I'll be able to. (It would have to be a really BIG box.) ...

How about hitting a lumberyard to see how large of a frame you could
make out of, say, 1 x 4"? Attach frame to wall, then you just need one
large sheet of plexiglass.

(How to attach plexi to frame, I dunno.)

Perhaps the frame could contain some of the mounting hardware. Fewer
holes in the wall.

Just a thought!

--Karen D.

Something like this - http://store.casesforcollectibles.com/cover.html
--
Joanne
http://members.tripod.com/~bernardschopen/
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