Groupon customers can get a second alphabet photography keepsake for half off after redeeming their voucher.
After purchasing this deal, you will need to visit the manufacturer's website to complete redemption. See your Groupon voucher for more detailed instructions.
Framed Custom Alphabet Photography Art
When teaching their children to read, Brad and Jera Deal often played a version of I Spy, finding letter shapes in natural objects. That game turned into a successful business touted by the likes of Oprah, Martha Stewart, and designers at HGTV. The letters in their framed keepsakes are actually photographs of found items. An “E” could be found in swirled wrought iron, and an “O” might be represented by the mouth of a whistling horse. Once users have picked their preferred letters from the large online gallery, the company's craftspeople will set about printing, matting, and framing each personalized keepsake.
- Framed custom keepsake
- Black-and-white images
- Large letter gallery
- Use with name, initials, inspirational message
- 0.5” black steel frame
- Dimensions: 10”x17”
How to get your goods: after purchasing this deal, pull up your Groupon with our mobile app or by going to My Groupons (or to My Gifts if you are giving this as a gift*) and clicking the view voucher link. Then, follow the instructions on your voucher.
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*Once the recipient claims your gift, you will no longer be able to print the Groupon.
Sticks and Stones
With pieces that have been featured on The Martha Stewart Show, hung in the White House, and chosen by Oprah to bestow upon Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes to celebrate their joint invention of the cotton gin, Sticks and Stones has made one-of-a-kind art ubiquitous. The company's master photographers have compiled a gallery of black-and-white art photographs depicting natural and structural images that represent each letter of the alphabet, which customers can peruse to craft a framed heirloom up to 14 letters long. Once finished, a panel of judges approves the message masterpiece, which, regardless of semiotic weight, gets framed and shipped. Lauded by numerous other celebrity and media outlets, these letter-based and individually tailored decor concoctions make ideal housewarming, wedding, and new-baby gifts.