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We have so many new family photos of our family since we became a foursome. I’m a sucker for a newborn photo shoot and of course, couldn’t only pick one or two – I had to purchase a bunch of the digitals. And what’s the point in having those digitals if you don’t print them and frame them, right?
I know a lot of people don’t like to hang family photos all over their home – well, I’m not one of them. I love having reminders of my sweet family in every nook and cranny of our house. It’s our house, after all so I’ll do what makes us happy :-)
Today I want to share with you my new favorite company from custom framing your photos, art prints, or even your kids’ drawings – Framebridge. So, there’s two ways that they work. Firstly, you can upload a digital file, select your frame (or have a designer pick it for you), then they print it (for no extra charge) frame it and ship it to you. Secondly, they will send you a tub in which you can roll up your art, photos, drawings, etc,. mail it back to them and then they do the framing.
Either way, you’re going to end up with some verrry nicely framed pieces. Every single Framebridge frame is custom built by a team of experts in their Maryland and Kentucky studios. With old school craftsmanship, new technology, and some serious attention to detail, they are very proud to represent a new style of American manufacturing.
Like I already mentioned, I had some digital files that I wanted printed and framed so that’s the route I went. For my frames, I went with the Irvine with White Mat and the Irvine Slim with White Mat. The frames arrived with sawtooth hangers (on the small one) and wire on the large one, complete with nails and ready to be hung on my wall.
I’m all about no-fuss. So getting these photos back and framed exactly how I want them WITHOUT having to even leave the comfort of my couch is pretty awesome in my book.