I'm sure many of you were one of the 100k people who stood in line to be a little higher in the cue for the Model 3. I received the "thank you gift" a while back and have been trying to figure out what to do with it. It came in a glossy folder reminiscent of a professional conference. Insider were two pieces the print of the Model 3 art work and the thank you note on what seems to be the same nice matte paper. Thank You gift in envelope. by WaitingForTesla posted Aug 5, 2016 at 8:31 PM I measured and the artwork is a standard 8x10 and the note is standard 5x7. Framing them separately would of been dirt cheap and given a lot of options but even next to each other I didn't feel it would make sense or give the other context. So I started looking for some way to frame them together. The issue is finding a pre-made frame with room for a 5x7 and 8x10 both in landscape isn't a normal thing. However Michael's Arts and Crafts came through. When I first found it online it was 40$ and shipping put the total cost over 50 bucks. No thanks. The thing about Michael's is, there is always a promo. If you pay full price for anything there you're a sucker or have more money than time. I was finally by a retail location and picked this up for about 25 dollars after tax with an online coupon. Just google it. Michael's Frame Link Once you use a little paper tape to position it on the matte here's the result. Thank You Gift Framed by WaitingForTesla posted Aug 5, 2016 at 8:31 PM I really like the black borders that the matte adds. If you're wondering about the red bottom section I stuck the red folder it came in behind everything as a place holder and a way to keep it all together. My actual Model 3 will take that spot in due time? What do you think; with or without me posed in front of it? Is that to cliche? In front of the factory? Should I let my girlfriend into the picture? It's nothing fancy but for what I spent the matte was worth it alone and one day the frame may get an upgrade. As I said on twitter It's now the most expensive piece of art I own since I've spent 1000 dollars and only have this to show for it.