As the kids run circles around the house after the third day of Charleston County Schools being closed after our state’s historic weekend flooding, I was happy to see the UPS guy appear with a package from Framebridge. Months ago, I played around with what to frame on this site and put some things in a shopping cart without ever committing to them. (Do other people do that?!) Finally, last week, I uploaded a couple of iPhone shots from our work-and-play weekend in Maine, and it turned out to be perfect timing. A life boat and a sunset were just what I needed to see today!
(More importantly, my friends in Columbia are truly in need of clean water and sunshine, so I made a quick donation for the flood victims while watching the news and emergency-related Twitter feeds this morning. It’s easy to donate at this Red Cross link: https://www.redcross.org/donate/weather)
Framebridge service is great, choosing the perfect frame on their site is easy, and my art was securely packaged and efficiently delivered. Excuses and good intentions are now a thing of the past, and with the holidays coming up, I encourage you to give it a whirl and visit Framebridge.com, where you can upload images for them to print and frame in a snap. Maybe you have art or photos in your to-do pile that need to be transformed into wall art. Framebridge can handle this too, and will mail you packaging to ship your art to them for framing. See what I mean? Make that gift or treat yourself to a piece of cheer by liberating those pixels from your phone and displaying something ooh-and-ah-worthy.
Hop over to Framebridge.com, and use my special referral code to save ten bucks: CAROLINAPHOTOSMITH10
It’s easy to display your photos with Framebridge. Upload images straight from Instagram, or for clients who have wedding photos on flash drives or digital files downloaded from Pixieset, you can upload from your laptop or desktop, too. Try on different frame styles, choose the size, and the price includes shipping. Easy, peasy!
Stay tuned later this month for some other ways to display your photos. We are all taking more pictures than ever, so get some fresh picks onto your walls!
Luke Skywalker and Pepper (he was too cute to call Darth Vader) are loving their virtual visit to Maine. I chose the Bali frames for these two Instagram shots. To see more from our Maine weekend, check out this post. And this fantastic Kennebunkport wedding was the reason we headed up there. Thanks for visiting, and please tell your friends to reach out when they’re looking for a wedding or portrait photographer who enjoys field trips and road trips. I hope you’ll recommend or share this post with anyone who has gobs of great photos stuck in their phones and needs to save ten bucks!