Stocked with more than 2,000 in-store frames, Inman's garnishes the walls of homes and businesses with handsome, professionally bordered images in a range of colors and styles. An advanced, computerized matte cutter quickly and easily cleaves almost any design to fit around pictorial borders, from simple square slices or last names to the machine's own interpretation of what the wind looks like. Choose from the store’s more than 1,000 clip art images to further embellish your images. Though custom framing prices are highly variable, a 16"x20" double-matted print can be framed for $99.
Home Video Studio helps shape, preserve, and enhance videos that chronicle the passage of time and the growth of families. High-quality capturing codecs transpose home movies onto digital formats, bringing outdated Betamax, 8 mm, or Super 8 into the modern age, storing first steps for posterity and adjusting the prices on childhood lemonade stands for inflation. Technicians snip and shape video to one’s whims with production and postproduction assistance on wedding videos or highlight reels for college-sports scholarships. Technicians can also collaborate with patrons to weave a This is Your Life video honoring a parent or grandparent through still photographs, archival footage, and new interviews with loved ones.
Photographer Teresa Haller has meticulously trained her photo trigger finger to capture portrait posers in their most natural states, highlighting subjects in their true form without any artificial additives. High-school seniors can combine indoor and outdoor backdrops during their shoot, just in case they want their hopeful grin juxtaposed with a favorite stable-horse, a riverside sunset, or the devastation of an over-achieving science-fair volcano. Teresa also knows how to corral families, children, and newborns into the frame—adding dimension with artful diagonals, color with bouquets of marigolds, and surreality with a spotless bed of white linen on a field of green grass. Engaged couples, meanwhile, can preserve their apex of adorability in a form that's easily displayed on mantels and bookshelves.
The nationally certified professional dry cleaners at Don's Claytons have been removing mustard spots from neckties and mud stains from trousers since the Eisenhower administration. Using a patented DCI cleaning process, fabric-care experts remove grime and gravy from your shirts (around $2.48), pants (starting at $6.22), suits (around $12.47), dresses, and spats using solvents that clean without corroding fabric. They'll tackle household textiles as well, from duvets to doilies to handsewn refrigerator cozies.
The event mentors at Party Place Newburgh & Invitations by DeZyne design unique invitations, party favors, and decorations fit for all of life's celebratable occasions. Invitations by DeZyne musters motifs for special occasions by allowing customers to doll up basic invitations ($1.25 each) with custom designs, materials and ink colors. Letter lyricists lend their artful penmanship to envelopes ($0.75 per outer envelope), which can be stuffed with preprinted invitations ($1.75+) that stir up excitement for anniversary parties, graduations, or potlucks celebrating the completion of baby's first novel. The event plannery also offers party favors, such as engraved beverage napkins, which bear monograms or names and dates ($23 for 100) and grant libations a much more elegant platform to rest on than the head of a beagle.
With thousands of frame and mat samples, The Great Frame Up can satisfy any and all framing fantasies. The expert framespeople can make diplomas radiate (most diplomas can be framed for around $100), personalized jerseys glisten (most for under $300), and dorm-room movie posters sparkle (many 24x36 pieces are under $100). The design wizards can also find a home for any prized possession, such as shoebox photos, baby booties, ticket stubs, medals, and really good pot roasts. The Great Frame Up’s no-hassle guarantee and assurance that all work is done on-site means your frameables won't be subject to mistreatment at underground commercial framing facilities.