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Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Review: FrameEvent



 This review and I went together like peas and carrots, peanut butter and chocolate, coffee and cream.
FrameEvent asked us to review their digital photo personalization site. Since I had just completed (for now) a huge family gallery wall in our new house, to pair me up with this service was a no-brainer.

FrameEvent has a site that is easy to navigate to create your own personal masterpiece.
You can create fun little pics, like the one I did for my mom, print pictures and even create galleries. The site has lots of possibilities, many I probably left unexplored thanks to Little C and Little D.
In a world where we are more apt to share our pictures on social media, I still like to print out pictures to send to my parents. In fact, even though both my mom and dad are on FaceBook, I am required to both email and send prints of my boys via snail mail to them on a regular basis.

After uploading your digitial photos, you can explore flair, texts, and filters. They have lots to choose from so it was hard to decide but as soon as I seen the stacked blocks, I knew it was a winner since our family is A, B, C and D...and purely by accident.

After easily applying my choices I submitted my order and just a couple days later my print arrived in the mail! Now it is on it's way to Arizona to my folks. I know for certain it will be enjoyed by my folks. They love pictures of the kids, but especially the ones commemorating milestones.

This is my family gallery. *big smile* I am so proud of it.

And, right now, during FrameEvent's Grand Opening, they are offering a free print with each order! 
 
Disclosure: The above item was received in order to facilitate review. I have not been compensated for this post. The Nurse Mommy blog will always provide honest opinions, beliefs or experiences on products reviewed. We will only recommend products or services that we feel are of benefit to our readers. 
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