Vintage Photographs + Framebridge

Monday, September 12, 2016

Vintage Photographs + Framebridge

Custom framing can be complicated and expensive.  I’ve been wanting to frame some vintage photographs for years and Framebridge made it easy! Framebridge is the simple way to frame everything you love!  They combine technology and craftsmanship and get rid of the hassles.  Frames are $39 – $159 and shipping is free!

First – Upload your file or mail your original artwork.  They’ll even send you a pre-paid mailer, how easy is that?

Second – Select your frame.  Preview what your piece would look like in different frames.  Still not sure?  Work with one of their designers who will create some options.

Third – They start to work on your frame and send you updates along the way.  Like this one I received–  “Hooray!  Your art has arrived in our studio and our Design Experts are excited to get to work custom framing your piece.”

Fourth- Receive your piece ready to hang on the wall. It arrives in a beautiful box all nestled in snug and even comes with a bag that includes hanging supplies.

For our project, I chose to send in our photographs rather than sending them digitally.  When we were first married I found a box of 35mm slides of my husbands from the 1970’s and 80’s.  We were thrilled to have these photos of my husband skiing powder at Sundance where he grew up and later taught skiing during his college years.  Had it not been for Framebridge, I’m not sure when I would have found the time to actually get this done.  I will continue to use Framebridge. It’s the perfect gift for almost anyone.

Vintage Photographs + Framebridge

Vintage Photographs + Framebridge

Framebridge is offering MLT readers a 15% discount on their first order.  Use the code MOSTLOVELYTHINGS15.

*This post made possible in product trade with Framebridge.  Of course all words and opinions are my own.  Thank you for supporting the brands that help give fresh content to Most Lovely Things!

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