Printing and framing pictures is often a huge hassle and can become really expensive really fast. Between getting your photos printed, finding a suitable frame, and figuring out how to mount them, the frustrations (and dollars) have mounted, and the magic has gone away. However, you now have a contemporary, affordable, and practical way to show off all your favorite family pictures -- Fracture. Fracture is the fastest, easiest, best way to get your pictures from your camera to your wall.
I visited the Fracture website and uploaded a picture. The site is super easy to navigate, and gives you many options on ways to customize your frame, from the size frame you need to the color and patterns of borders if choosen. You can also edit your picture by cropping, resizing, grayscale or shadowing. I chose a border and shadowing. You get the option of having it come with hardware to hang on the wall or a stand. I chose the stand option since I'm running out of wall space.
Fracture's introductory product lets you print your digital pictures right onto glass! There's no paper, film or anything involved. Simply ink and glass. We have effectively combined printing, framing, and mounting into one simple process.
Fractures are very safe: all sharp edges are removed, and they are completely okay to touch and handle.
Fractures are durable: the prints are shatter proof (unlike traditional glass frames), and the images will not fade for years beyond average prints
I absolutely love this idea, and will do this again between printing and running out to the store to find that "special" frame my memories will make it to the wall rather than ending up in the "to do" pile.
Fractures are very practical and elegant: you can use them for any occasion, from Christmas and graduation gifts, to simple "Thank You's".
Fractures are for everyone: from avid photographers to snap happy point-and-shoot lovers, anyone can get Fractured!
Prices run from $8-$25. To learn more visit http://www.fractureme.com/
**I received a free Fracture frame for review. The thoughts and opinions expressed in this post are my own.