November 19, 2003
The Frame Game
Does the name "Frugal Framing" make you think you'll save money at the cost of quality? Or just save money? I want something that indicates cost saving framing, but I want to avoid the words, bargain, dirt-cheap, thrifty, etc. Is there a nice way to say it, but still maintain good craftmanship?
The Daily | By WonderGirl | 8:52 PM
I really think frugal framing sounds good.
Posted by: the booth at November 19, 2003 10:00 PM
Frugal is a good word, and "Frugal Framing" has a nice ring to it.
Posted by: bill colrus at November 20, 2003 12:56 AM
How about intelligent investment?
Posted by: SonofThunder at November 20, 2003 8:06 AM
frugal framing... it does tickle the tongue...
Posted by: Aunt Vickie at November 20, 2003 10:17 AM
WG, at this very moment, my tounge is quite tickled.
Posted by: the booth at November 20, 2003 9:21 PM
soory about that tounge (tongue) thing.
Posted by: the booth at November 20, 2003 9:22 PM
I don't really agree with the others; I think it sounds like the Framing is Frugal, not the price.
What about Frugal Framing: the Intelligent Choice? I like subtitles. But that might not look good on the business cards and stationery and invoices.
I'm sure that whatever you choose will go well. Be sure to have fun with it!
Posted by: Krista at November 21, 2003 3:57 PM
Reminds me of "The Frugal Gourmet"...that cooking show/book from a few years back. "The Frugal Framer" might be even more evocative of "The Frugal Gourmet," and has the added touch of pointing to a person -- the framer -- rather than an abstraction -- the framing.
I'm reading this with no context, this being my first time here. Are you working on naming a new business?
Posted by: Valerie (Kyriosity) at November 21, 2003 8:15 PM
Yes, Valerie, I'm starting up a framing business from home. I like the "Frugal Framer". I'll add that to my list of maybes!
Posted by: Wondergirl at November 22, 2003 9:17 AM
Posted by: p at January 3, 2004 5:08 PM