Your memories deserve to be seen.
How do you want to use your images?
As part of your boutique service, I will help you plan, visualize, and implement the actual use of your new images so you can enjoy them daily instead of just letting them sit on your hard drive.
Step 1. Read through this page to get some ideas on how you want to use your images, products you like, etc.
Step 4. Sit back and let me do the work!
Some things to think about:
1. Do you want to look at your images on your wall or hold them in your hands?
2. Would you rather have
a. a decorative photo box sitting on your coffee table with mounted prints inside or
b. a photobook to glance through when you're ready to show
off your family?
3. What kind of wall art do you currently have in your house? Canvas? Frames? Wood?
4. Which wall(s) do you have space that you want to fill?
Step 1: Check out some of these beautiful display options
For your hands... Click on the photo to read more about the product. (photo box photos not my images)
10x10 or 11x14
1.5" or 3" Beautiful photo box with your favorite image on the cover. Fill it with matted or mounted prints. Available in 4x6 or 5x7.
Get matted or mounted prints inside your beautiful new photo box. Perfect for coffee tables, sofa tables, or book shelves
For your walls...
Framed art. Possible frames for your memories.
Easily replace the the print when you're ready (and keep the frame) with these revolutionary magnetic photos and frames!
Other wall art. Click on the photo to read more about the product
Brilliant, sharp images printed on paper and adhered to wood. These have a sanded edge with round corners. Also available in circles.
Sanded, inset edges with rounded off corners.
Images printed onto metal. These have a high gloss and are great for a more eclectic or modern styles.
Metal images have a "float" look away from the wall.
Can be mounted on gatorboard like this or with silver brackets in the corners that show from the front.
Step 2: Let's take a photo of your wall!
Did you know that I can show you what your images will look like on your own walls?
All I need is a photo of the wall you would like to use. Follow the simple instructions on this page: