Hobby Lobby’s custom framing prices vary depending on what you want to frame and how you want it to look. You can expect to pay anywhere from around $30 for a small, basic frame to $600 or more for a large, premium frame.
Hobby Lobby Custom Framing Prices
Custom framing at Hobby Lobby can cost anywhere from around $30 to more than $600.
We spoke with framing department representatives at Hobby Lobby stores in Ohio, Tennessee, New Mexico, and Virginia to get an idea of what goes into custom framing price estimates.
Pricing depends on the size of the piece you want to frame, the frame itself, the glass covering, the mat backing, and other customizations. You do not need an appointment to use the framing services at Hobby Lobby.
The glass is typically the most expensive part of a custom frame order, though some premium frame options can cost more than the glass.
Other cost considerations are the frame material and optional mat backing. Hobby Lobby carries more than 300 styles of frame molding and mats, starting at around $10 each for 8-by-10-inch frames (in addition to the cost of glass).
Hobby Lobby Custom Framing vs. Michaels
A large frame with premium options can cost up to $500 or more.
Both stores offer similar framing options, including several types of glass and custom mats; however, note that Michaels allows you to begin your custom framing order online and finish it in-store or by mail, which Hobby Lobby doesn’t.
Bringing Your Own Frame
If custom framing is outside of your budget or you find a frame you like elsewhere, you can bring a frame you already own to Hobby Lobby. When you bring your own frame, Hobby Lobby charges a labor fee based on the frame’s size; a 16-inch by 20-inch frame, for example, will generally cost about $12.
- Hobby Lobby store customer service representatives
- Michaels store customer service representatives