Lloyd's Photo & Digital has been helping customers harvest sweet shutterfruits for more than 50 years and can help bring your lenswork into the digital era. Video-to-DVD conversions take beloved VHS, Hi-8, VHS-C, DVC, or 8mm movies and transfer the film to DVD, giving once-inaccessible home movies vibrant new digital life. Transfers are made in real time, and each video is returned attached to its corresponding DVD to eliminate confusion. Pop in to Lloyd’s to talk cameras with owner Todd Kresheck, or stay home and talk popcorn with your portrait of Orville Redenbacher after mailing or shipping your videos to Lloyd's, which will return them promptly.
Plymouth Furniture & Bedding Showrooms Plymouth Furniture offers an impressive variety of top-name furniture, mattresses, and decorative accents, all priced to save you up to 70 percent. Located in Plymouth Wisconsin—just west of Highway 57—we never skimp on quality. Our furniture showrooms are filled with beautiful traditi
An affordable and monumental selection of plush beds, sturdy end tables, and stylish home accessories mingle good-naturedly in Ashley Furniture HomeStore’s warehouse. Pick up a Matrix accent chair in a bevy of academic hues, such as scarlet, black, and chocolate brown, then use it to accent your next book-club meeting’s discussion of Lego Star Wars. Ashley Furniture's wide selection of sofas ($299+) make symbiotic pairs with night stands and side tables (available for under $100). Augment somnolence and fill the skeletal squares of empty bed frames with mattress sets from household brands such as Simmons and Ashley's own Ashley Sleep.
Packer City Antiques stocks its aisles with Green Bay Packers memorabilia and keepsakes. Plaques honor team stalwarts, such as Aaron Rodgers and Clay Mathews ($23.95 each), 8"x10" color photos of Packers players ($4.95 each) can be cut down into wallet-size photos showing only the players' eyes, Packers bobbleheads ($19.95 each) agree with anything you tell them, and vintage team yearbooks show which players won "Best Tickler."
The Fire combats artistic snobbery with an all-inclusive array of creative building blocks. Inside the studio’s downtown location, rows of paints and unfinished ceramic pieces line countertops, and an old-fashioned television set leisurely recounts its favorite Lone Ranger episodes. Large work surfaces and a play place for kids ensure that both children and adults have room to take creative risks. Cavalier creators can paint pottery, craft mosaics, or cobble together a transparent 10-gallon hat with glass fusing (the average project is between $10.99 and $25.99). Pottery painters select their objects from a selection of plates, platters, and other decorative items, then begin painting with the help of a color consultant.