Remember your vacation every day!
Travel, souvenirs and memories - they go together like a hand in a glove. Some of the best memories are triggered by the souvenirs you bring back from vacation. They tell a story. By preserving those souvenirs with custom framing, you can have that memory forever. What's your favorite travel story?
Vacationing in America's first National Park was on your bucket list, and you finally made it! You couldn't believe how much wildlife there was to see up close and personal, or how impressive Old Faithful truly was. Now you have the framed poster to remember the great time you had.
The papyrus plant is a tall, leafless aquatic plant that can grow up to 16' high and is native to Egypt. The white pith inside is used to make the paper, which is used to paint on. It is an old-world craft, from an old country. But the paper is brittle and needs protection, so you were wise about getting it framed.
While strolling the avenues of Florence, you found a street artist who was selling etchings of the very view you were looking at - the Piazza Del Duomo. How could you resist? Now it hangs in your office to give you a mini vacation from work.
Redecorating Your Home Office?
Tip: If you are working with an Interior Designer,
talk to them about incorporating your travel souvenirs into a design plan.
You know postcards are meant to be sent in the mail, but these images were frame-worthy! You made a great choice choosing a frame that looks native to the islands.
It was hard to choose from the many necklace styles that were handmade by the villagers, but you liked this one the best. What a great conversation piece you created by having it framed.
Bringing Art Home from Vacation
While on vacation, you fell in love with a painting that had already been framed. The question is...do you ship it home that way? How much do you love the frame? Will the dealer or artist reduce the price if you don't want the frame? How much would it cost to ship it home framed?
If you decide to bring the painted canvas back unframed, ask the dealer or artist to remove it from the frame - DO NOT cut it off the frame! Take the staples out of the stretcher frame. Cover the painting with glassine and roll it up (not tightly) and put into a tube - plastic is best. That is the least expensive way, and then you can have it framed exactly the way you want it when you get home.
If it is a piece of art on paper, and fairly small, cover both sides with glassine, and secure between 2 pieces of cardboard. If it is small enough, you should be able to transport it in your luggage. If you cannot, shipping it will not be a financial burden. Once it is safely home, remove it from the cardboard and take it to your framer.