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Being able to take photos from your phone has been both a blessing and a curse. I take so many more photos but never take the time to look back and appreciate them. Even further, none of them get printed. It seems like too much of a hassle to print, then find the right frame size and hang it up. So I go along taking pictures without ever being able to really enjoy them. 

Then I discovered Framebridge. It is an easy framing service that makes custom framing super easy. You can either print your photos or send in your artwork and they will build a custom frame around it. Plus they have really beautiful frame options. 

Framebridge let me try out their service and I tried both the printing and the sending in. I couldn't be happier with the results. 

The first photo I framed was one that I took in Versailles. It was at Marie Antoinette's house and the sun was streaming in, making the chandeliers sparkle. I chose to print this photo because my whole trip to Paris meant so much to me. I love it in the entryway because it sort of is an optical illusion that makes the hallway seem to go on forever (and my apartment look a little more like Versailles). The gold frame (called the Chelsea) really looks beautiful with the refurbished side table. It makes me happy every time I walk by. 

The second piece of art I framed was this beautiful artwork that my best friend gave me for Christmas. It was drawn by her husband and features my zodiac sign (Leo!) and pine trees that remind me of home in Seattle. The process to send the artwork in was so easy, I just slipped it in the pre-paid mailer and sent it off. I selected this slim gold frame (the Richmond) because it really brought out the gold in the artwork (and who doesn't love a little more gold in their life)

I am so happy that I framed these two pieces and thankful that the lovely people over at Framebridge let me try it out. Having memorable pieces of artwork custom framed ensures that you will have them for decades to come. Happy framing!

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