Frame it. It is a good correct size but the plastic edges keep falling off the frame. You have to tape the edges. It is better to buy the similar poster frame that has permanent edges on it because it is more sturdy. You get what u pay for.
I didn't expect these to be excellent quality, but they're really terrible. It's a thin sheet of plastic - fine, I didn't expect glass for the price - and four plastic edges. The edges don't even match up at the corners - it just looks terrible. Not even worth the price.
This frame is great, especially for the low price paid! As Jessica said, you can't tell that it is plastic unless you get very close. It is probably one of the nicest poster frames I have ever had, which is the look I was going for with this purchase.
Maybe Rick received a damaged item because I did not experience any of the problems reported in that review (although, I was somewhat expecting problems because I did read that review before my purchase).
If you're looking for a nice, stylish poster frame at a low price, I would highly recommend this item.
This frame is the most poorly designed frame I've ever had the displeasure of working with. The tabs at the back of the poster cut into your fingers when you try and pull them up or push them down. It's also frustrating to get the cardboard support back into the frame while the cardboard jabs at the tabs. If that doesn't make sense, trust me, it will when you try and get this stupid thing to fit. Whoever designed this system of securing the picture in the frame should be put in a boat in the middle of the ocean and then pummeled with torpedos until they sink to the bottom of the abyss never to be seen or heard from again. It's the least they could do, to make sure this moron never gets near a frame again. I will say, however, that it does look nice when completed. Hopefully the aforementioned architect of this catastrophe can take solace in that lone (dim) bright spot as the creatures of the sea feast on his sunken carcass.