Andy, 52, and Emma Wright, 47, from Godmanchester, have both made it to the final six in the Guilds annual Challenge Framing Awards. The couple who run The Framery in Stonely, on the outskirts of Kimbolton, have only been professional framers for three years. The Wrights gave up their jobs as teachers in 2012 and bought the business as a going concern. The third member of the family-run business is office manager Sam the two-and-a-half-year-old greyhound. While this is Andys first nomination, Emma made the final in the mounting category last year. Weve seen all the other entries and theyre all lovely, said Emma. Were very flattered. Its a two-man business and the fact that were both in the final is great. The entries are judged anonymously, so we have as much chance as anyone else. The theme for this years competition was Alice in Wonderland and Emma chose to frame a ceramic plate with a teapot-shaped surround, which was embossed with quotes from the book by Lewis Caroll. Husband Andys entry features a key pendant, which he framed with a grinning Cheshire cat design with a hinged front that allows the necklace to be removed. The winner will be announced at the Guilds Annual Convention at the Old Swan Hotel in Harrogate in North Yorkshire.