Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Fun With Fractures--The Cool New Way To Frame Photos

There's a new product for all you shutterbugs out there.   I'm hoping to be one of the first 100 Twitter Moms to post, so I can check out a review copy and  tell you all about it.   If I'm among the first 100 participants, I will be writing a follow-up post about Fracture, with feedback, after testing it out. 

Photography is a daily passion of mine and Fracture looks like an excellent way to get those magical moments off the hard drive and onto the walls, so I'm excited to try it out.

Check out Fracture online:

 According to their web site:
Printing and framing pictures is often a huge hassle and can become really expensive really fast. Between getting your photos printed, finding a suitable frame, and figuring out how to mount them, the frustrations (and dollars) have mounted, and the magic has gone away.  However, you now have a contemporary, affordable, and practical way to show off all your favorite family pictures -- Fracture.  Fracture is the fastest, easiest, best way to get your pictures from your camera to your wall.

Fracture's introductory product lets you print your digital pictures right onto glass!  There's no paper, film or anything involved.  Simply ink and glass.  We have effectively combined printing, framing, and mounting into one simple process.  You upload your photo to FractureMe.com, we print it on glass, and send it on it's way with everything you need to mount and display. It's a one-stop, complete photo decor solution. 

Fractures are very safe: all sharp edges are removed, and they are completely okay to touch and handle.  
Fractures are durable: the prints are shatter proof (unlike traditional glass frames), and the images will not fade for years beyond average prints.
Fractures are very practical and elegant: you can use them for any occasion, from Christmas and graduation gifts, to simple "Thank You's".  
Fractures are for everyone: from avid photographers to snap happy point-and-shoot lovers, anyone can get Fractured!

I wrote this blog post in response to a TwitterMoms RAMBO alert, making me eligible to get a Fracture picture frame for review. You can learn more about Fracture at http://www.fractureme.com

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