Print Shop in Monfort Heights


Media Transfers to DVD from Glory Years (Up to 67% Off). Three Options Available.

Glory Years

Glory Years

Media preservationists transfer VHS, slides, reels, 3-inch Super 8, or Hi8 film onto DVD

$60 $20

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$50 for $100 Worth of Photo Printing — Your Custom Graphics, LLC

Your Custom Graphics, Llc

Your Custom Graphics, Llc

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$100 $50

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$49 for $100 Toward Custom Framing Services at Frames For Life

Frames For Life

Harrison

Custom framers hand build frames to surround important documents or art

$100 $49

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$69 for a Two-Hour Boudoir Photo-Shoot Package at Erica Lee Photography ($210 Value)

Erica Lee Photography

Downtown Lexington

Professional photographer with a background in painting and interior design crafts artful, seductive, and empowering boudoir photo sessions

$210 $69

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One, Two, or Five Videotape-to-DVD Conversions from Delp Video Services (Up to 61% Off)

Delp Video Services

Jeffersonville

Digital-media specialists preserve footage stored on videotape formats—including VHS and 8mm—by digitizing to DVD

$20 $9

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One or Three Analog Media to DVD Transfers at Copy Cat Video (Up to 53% Off)

Copy Cat Video

Highlands

Technicians transfer memories embedded on a broad range of analog formats, including VHS and DVD

$25 $12

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$25 for $75 Toward Custom Framing at Celebrations

Celebrations

East Louisville

Custom framing in various materials and styles for a variety of projects

$75 $25

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1000 Custom Business Cards at ElectroDoc Digital Services (55% Off)

Electrodoc Of Louisville

Louisville

From the merchant: Full color, single or double side, on a thick (14pt) card stock with UV coating, gloss or matte finish

$87 $39

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$50 or $100 Worth of Custom Framing and Prints at Second Street Gallery (50% Off)

Second Street Gallery

Second Street Gallery

A wide array of materials, aesthetics, and art movements shape the gallery’s selection of images and frames

$50 $25

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Select Local Merchants

  • Plaza Artist Materials & Picture Framing
    For 50 years, the owners and staffers of Plaza Artist Materials & Picture Framing have encouraged the artists of their community. They visit local fairs and set up booths for kids to color and craft, and they do workshops, demos, and classes for artists of every age. As their name implies, they also outfit art makers of all skill levels with top-of-the-line materials, such as Gamblin oil paints, Prismacolor pens and markers, and custom frames perfect for saving favorite art pieces or memorializing a sibling's failure to color within the lines.
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    230 W McMillan St.
    Cincinnati, OH US
  • Celebrations
    In 1990, Trish Lounsbury opened Celebrations with her husband, Stan, and her father, Ed. They seek out products from artists, designers, and leading companies such as Crane and Sweet Pea when crafting custom invitations and stationery. They also specialize in custom framing for a variety of projects, as well as unique gifts and elegant wrapping papers.
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    3632 Brownsboro Rd.
    Louisville, KY US
  • Indianapolis Picture Frames
    Once a wholesale supplier, now a retailer as well, Indianapolis Picture Frames provides clients with the same wide-ranging selection and speedy framing services it has provided for local vendors for 15 years. Framers put together custom matting, moldings, and glass to protect and display any photograph, painting, or magician trapped inside an enchanted canvas. They also stock ready-made frames in standard sizes such as 8"x10" and 20"x30". According to staff, the store's immense inventory allows them to finish the average order within a week.
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    5148 East 65th Street
    Indianapolis, IN US
  • Glory Years
    Glory Years's memory preservationists transfer media from outdated formats onto DVDs. Specializing in sports media, the film gurus ably preserve action shots of any variety, from recordings of last weekend's swim meet to games featuring Mike Ditka, Joe Namath, and other stars before they were famous. An online database of high-school sports, organized by school and coach, help graduates relive favorite games years later and prove once and for all that the mascot and the quarterback were the same person. The shop also transfers heirloom slides to DVD to abolish the need for projectors and converts 8 mm or 16 mm home-movie reels for easy viewing. Glory Years's team can even repair VHS tapes with broken reels before transferring them to DVD.
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    10327 Medallion Drive
    Cincinnati, OH US
  • Sherri Barber Photography
    Sherri Barber, preserver of gleaming smiles and curator of glossed memories, frames expressive portraits within her professional studio. Individual portrait sitters or beach-volleyball teams can show off their aptitude for staring intensely into the middle distance or grinning at nearby props as Sherri snaps shots for about 60 minutes. Once all personages have been fully documented, photographees can peruse a photo gallery, culling pictures spoiled by closed eyes or falling ceilings, then immortalizing the best shots in an 11”x14” print and two 5”x7”s.
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    1401 Central Parkway
    Cincinnati, OH US
  • American Sign Museum
    During a self-proclaimed midlife crisis, Tod Swormstedt became the voice for some silent witnesses to American history: signs. The former editor and publisher of Signs of the Times magazine was more than familiar with the subject, and he wanted to give this particular slice of Americana a permanent tribute. He opened American Sign Museum in 1999 and filled it with nearly 4,000 books, photos, and, of course, lots and lots of signs. Size: more than 19,000 sq. ft. of exhibit space (with 20,000 more on the way), featuring 28-foot ceilings for larger signs Eye Catcher: a glowing McDonald's sign from 1963—six years before NASA landed a cheeseburger on the moon Permanent Mainstay: the neon and hand-painted signs of Main Street, which recreates storefronts from decades past Hidden Gem: the grizzly-looking sign from bygone supermarket chain Big Bear—which someone discovered while mowing grass Don't Miss: the neon shop, open weekdays, where workers create new signs and chat with visitors From the Press: For a glance inside the museum, check out the many video interviews here.
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    1330 Monmouth St.
    Cincinnati, OH US
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