Bevel Matting for Comp
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    Default Bevel Matting for Comp

    Does anyone have a source for bevel mounting / matting underneath watercolor paper? And can this be used for print competition (assuming it's mounted below the max width, of course.) I'm considering entering some b/w travel that I think would look really cool like this.
    STEFF (not StePH)

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    Steff, i dont have supplier, but i think i can help. Call me on my cell if you can tomorrow(sunday) after7 am est.
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    Default Re: Bevel Matting for Comp

    You know, I can't find your #... can you email it to me again?
    STEFF (not StePH)

    Stephanie Millner Cr.Photog., CPP

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    Default Re: Bevel Matting for Comp

    Steff, did you get what you needed?
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    Default Re: Bevel Matting for Comp

    You might want to go to your local Arts and Crafts shop and buy a small manual hand mat cutter. I bought one years ago for competition mat cutting - it uses a #11 scalpel blade. All you need then is a straight edge and you can cut them yourself - it's not difficult if you have someone to help you hold the straight edge down on the mat board you are cutting.
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