I commissioned a talented photographer friend to snap some livestock photos for me. When she sent me the shots, my jaw dropped. They are so beautiful and fit my home to a T. The only trouble… I couldn’t have beautiful prints and put them in yucky frames. I also didn’t want to drive to a store with four kiddos and pick out frames, so Framebridge came to my rescue. I sent them some shots of my home and the photos and they helped a sister out.
I have a white house. It is bright and airy and I love waking up in this space so much. With the cooler temperatures coming and all of the lovely fall season happenings, I wanted some art to warm up the walls a tad. I see wall collages and love them. I gather supplies to create one for myself and it looks like a kid threw it together. I am much better off having one or two large statement pieces and leaving it at that.
The Framebridge process was so simple and quick. You can shoot them your digital file and they will print, frame, and ship your art. I had my prints, so they sent me a photo tube (with paid shipping) to place my prints in. I shipped them off and waited (im)patiently for my art to arrive. It was so easy and the frames compliment my prints so well. I am smitten- truly.
If you are in love with the horses… there’s so much more for you to choose from. Rachel Ottmann Photography has cattle, too. If you are in the market for frames and want an easy fix for your prints, check out Framebridge. You can get some inspiration from their blog if you need to see it before you buy it.
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This post is sponsored by Framebridge, but ALL opinions are my own.