"If you've ever wanted to design and cut mats like a professional picture framer"
Then get started today for just $7 with these
"Advanced mat cutting tutorials" from the Framer's Club 
Yes! I'm ready to take my mat cutting to the next level.

I Understand That When I Act Now, I get...

Instant access to The Advanced Mat Cutting Tutorials, including:
How to cut complex mat board shapes
How to avoid failure by using the golden principles of mat design
How to cut V Grooves, reverse bevels and odd shapes
How to cut and apply small inner frames called fillets
How to create a pleasing design to bring out the best in my pictures
How to apply decorative lines to make my mats unique
How to add spacers to matting to add an extra dimension
How to hinge and mount my artworks to protect and prevent damage
I Also Understand that When I ACT NOW, I Also Get... 
Bonus Home Picture Framing Intensive framing class (normally $97) 


To mat my pictures like a professional before they get damaged 
That the price goes back to the regular price of $49.95 when this offer ends 
and the bonus home picture framing intensive course goes away. 

100% Guaranteed

If The Advanced Mat Cutting Training doesn't show me exactly how to cut decorative mats like a professional... if it doesn't take me by the hand, showing me step-by-step how to protect my pictures... or if it fails to help me cut better mats, then I understand that I will receive a full refund, No Questions Asked!

I understand that I get all this for only $49.95...

But when you buy now as a special offer to people who downloaded my mat board colour chart, you get everything for only $7!
Here's some of what's inside the training 
Module 1   Double mats and multiple layered mats. The three different methods to use depending on the equipment and material you have available. How to guarantee they line up perfectly everytime.
Module 2a  Ever seen those grooves cut around pictures? This section shows you two easy methods for V grooving a mat board. How to decide the optimal spacing for your grooved cuts.
Module 2b  How to reverse bevel cut a mat window so you avoid over cutting the corners. Reverse bevels are useful when you don't want to see a white line or when you only need a narrow sharp inner mat.
Module 3  Fillets are small frames that can be applied to the inner edge of a mat window. Usually they are fixed beneath a reverse bevel opening. How to decide the right fillet and achieve a perfect fit when using these elegant but tricky enhancers.
Module 4  Complex shapes can be cut in mat boards to follow different outlines. They are also used to make a unique statement. This module shows you the tools and techniques required to cut fancy shapes at 45 degrees.
Module 5a  Hand carving or hand cutting mat boards can be a daunting task but not once you've been shown the insider secrets that will show you step by step how to get outstanding results.
Module 5b  Mat spacers are useful for creating depth to protect sensitive artworks or to create a different perspective to the viewer. You will see how to create the depth and the correct depth for each application.
Module 5c  Wash lines and French Matting. The elegant application of delicate or bold lines of colour to the surface of the mat board can really make a statement or exactly match the colours of the picture. The methods behind this "lost art" are explained and demonstrated so you can become a master of line decoration too!
These tips and more will guide you step by step through the process of decorative mat cutting and decoration,

Even if you've never made a picture frame before you will succeed because I'm including my basic picture framing course as a bonus to guarantee you'll also have all the basic skills before you tackle the challenges of advanced mat cutting. 
You get my home picture framing intensive course as a bonus
This is my foundation class that normally sells on 4 DVDs for $97 but today it is yours with my compliments when you buy "Advanced Mat Cutting Tutorials"
Hi, my name is David Schummy and I was a framing newbie once also.

As a boy I was always building things with wood, mostly things like model cars, boats and planes. You name it I had a go at making it. 

Once I made a picture frame for my Mum for Mother’s Day. My Dad helped me build the frame using some timber he had lying around the garage. 

Little did I know that my early efforts would lead me to becoming a professional picture framer who would build a frame every hour of every working day and eventually lead to becoming a teacher of picture frame classes and an author of framing courses.

My passion began when I had taken a gap year from studying Geology in the UK. I was walking along one of the streets near my home and I saw a picture framing job advertised in the window of a local frame shop. After I spoke to the owner and was seriously tested on my mathematics skills he offered me a job as a trainee. 
I wanted to succeed and was having so much fun that I went looking for more information on how to frame pictures. In those days it meant looking in the Library and local bookstores as it was long before the arrival of the Internet.

It was nearly impossible to find anything that would help me become a better picture framer.

Anyway, fast forward six years and I had migrated to Australia and had a job as a custom framer in a busy picture framing business.

By this time I had become highly skilled having been taught by several expert framers over the years. I undertook trade skills testing and became a Qualified Picture Framer. 

After opening my own business in 1991 the local technical college approached me to teach adult education classes in picture framing. There was no course outline, no learning resources and I had to create a six week course from start to finish. My teaching career had begun.

In 1995 the Australian Government contracted me to write 16 of the 22 modules they needed developed to train picture framers during their apprenticeships. I then piloted the first off the job college training course for framers in Australia. Over the years I refined my skills and at the same time developed better and better courses for people to learn picture framing.

Now I regularly train picture framers across the globe via live training seminars and webinars and solve other framers problems through discussion during framer's club broadcasts.

Read below the personal experience of one of my students.
So if you want to improve your mat cutting and mat decoration skills then here is your opportunity...
Grab a copy of my "Advanced Mat Cutting Tutorials" training for just $7 and you'll also get my "Home Picture Framing Intensive" course for free 
Here's what's going to happen next...
After you buy "Advanced Mat Cutting Tutorials" you will be taken to the members area where you will access your purchase and the bonus home picture framing intensive training.
The choice is yours...
Click the "Add to Cart" button and start cutting better mats today...
Frequently Asked Questions
Still sitting on the fence? Here are answers to some of the most commonly asked questions
Q. What is the Framer's Club?

The framer's club is a membership where picture framers can go to access archived training material.
There are also regular live training broadcasts. 

This training is about 17 different mat cutting tips, designs and decorations professional framers use to enhance their client's pictures 

Q. Is there a guarantee?

Yep...absolutely...all my training comes with a 30-day no-questions-asked guarantee.

Q. How long will it take to get access to this training?


Q. Why $7

If you're thinking "$7 is cheap...what's the catch?"

Then here are three reasons that should put your mind at ease.

1. $7 puts this training within reach of everyone...from artists, photographers, hobby framers, even professional framers (and at $7 you shouldn't have to get approval or fill out any paperwork)

2. It sifts out the freebie-seekers. We only want people who are serious about framing and in my experience charging anything, even a $1, gets rid of tire-kickers.

3. I know once you have tried picture framing and have experienced the joy of following my training you will most likely want to try to make more challenging projects and you will try some of my other training materials.