Quality Custom Framing at wholesale prices. We've been supplying retail frame shops & galleries since 1981 and now offer custom framing direct! We offer wholesale & retail for your home or office. From a single piece to as many as the corporate world needs, we can do it all!
Hi! My name is Brooke Simpson. I am a camera artist and I hope to work with you to capture those once in a lifetime moments. I believe photography is one of the most important investments you can make to insure that those moments are recorded for yourself and future generations.
Sparked by the enjoyment she got chronicling the lives of her two boys, Shannon Elaine’s fascination with photography turned from a budding hobby into a fully bloomed career. She knows how wonderful it feels to pick up a beautiful photograph that brings old memories back to life, and she strives to create such salient images during her photo shoots. Shannon's portfolio features humanoids at all stages of life—from newborns sleeping peacefully and one-year-olds smashing their birthday cakes to engaged couples, expectant mothers, and graduating seniors.
Memories on Media's team of video-duplication techs takes old, obsolete media—such as VHS, Hi8, Digital 8, Video 8, VHS-C, Mini DV, and DVC—and transfers their contents to DVD. The techs check and test each transfer to ensure memories have remained intact.
In 1996, Scrapbook Traditions began in the basement of Tracy Gilley's home. A woman named Jackie Scott had hired Gilley to put together a scrapbook of her life and family history as a Christmas gift. In five short months, Gilley produced more than 950 pages that covered more than a century of the Scott family history. When Jackie died several years later, all 10 scrapbooks were put on display at her memorial; guests at the service pored over the books and Jackie's son expressed his immense gratitude to Gilley for compiling the family history.
Scrapbook Traditions believes in the importance of scrapbooking to preserve memories and record history for future generations. The store offers an array of courses to help scrapbookers get started as well as shelves full of supplies, ranging from sheets of colorful 12?x12? cardstock and sticky adhesives capable of mounting bites of pizza from a couple's first date.