Extravaganza’s aesthetically astute staff and in-house printing capabilities combine to divine the perfect paper-based greeting for each customer. A smorgasbord of invitations ($11.99+) and stationery by name brands such as Inviting Company and Crane await potential perusers, the guffaw-inducing images or stirring templates shaping the mood of each note crafted on their surface. Note cards ($9.99+) and pads ($19.99+) act as a writer’s canvas, and household enhancements such as Tyler Candle Company candles ($7–$20 each) and specialized glassware for martinis and wine ($24.99/wine glass) add Shakespearean-level depth of character, offering simple elegance via small but potent vehicles.
Lifetouch Inc. became the world’s largest employee-owned photography company one portrait at a time.
Today, Lifetouch and its subsidiaries serve the photographic needs of people of all ages. Lifetouch truly is “memories for a lifetime.”
Pack N Mail transports clients' goods safely and securely with an array of supplies, professional packing, and a full range of shipping options. Before sending goods off to domestic or international destinations, the friendly package experts help select a box from more than 50 styles ($0.89+) and applies the most appropriate, secure encasement of styrofoam peanuts, bubble wrap, tape, or marshmallow fluff.
The staff at Woodinked transforms treasured memories into one-of-a-kind art. They transfer your photos onto high-quality wood canvases, which lend an artistic touch to images with their rich texture and wood grain. To ensure the images remain vibrant, they first treat the wood and then use a light system to penetrate its surface with ink. This process preserves the wood print even in humid conditions, including hanging in bathrooms and secret underground dungeons. They then ship the finished work of art to the owner’s home ready-to-hang.
The staff at CSD Sports Framing & Memorabilia routinely preserve high-value artifacts behind glass—from Emmitt Smith's Dancing with the Stars outfit to a piece of the floor from Michael Jordan's last game—but that's not the only thing that sets this framing store apart. The framers here handcraft nearly every aspect their projects in-house, including the frame, mounts, and custom engravings.
Although the framing of art and memorabilia is their primary focus, the staff still traffics in the autographed merchandise that helped launch their business. Visitors to the shop can ogle a Hall of Fame football signed by the Dallas Cowboys and renew the Curse of the Bambino on a Red Sox World Series banner.