Wednesday, April 20

find | Fracture


In a world of incompetent manufacturers and business owners...
(I've unfortunately encountered numerous ones over the course of the last 8 months while developing the Pastry Pedestal)...

It's SO completely refreshing when I come across a company that offers a fabulous quality product...
at a reasonable price...
with customer service that is out of this world.

Although I've mentioned Fracture before...
I'd like to take the opportunity to formally introduce you...

a cutting-edge company offering a new, unique way to print and frame 
your favorite digital photos, digital art and so much more!!
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As described on the company website:
"A fracture is a one-piece picture frame made from printed glass that mounts directly to your wall - quickly and easily."

My Favorite Fracture features:
• shatter-resistant glass
• images won't fade
• money-back lifetime guarantee
• the super-cool, clever packaging that makes unwrapping super easy.
• no sharp edges...
• a variety of sizes...
• ordering is piece of cake...
• arrive ready-to-hang...
• affordable...
I was first introduced to Fracture by Theresa of Lauren McKinsey and have been in love eversince. (see this post)
And remember the goodies I recently sent out to all of the "promise ME peeps"? (see this post)

Well...
I decided to have some fractures made using the digital art I recently created and shared in this post.


I just LOVED this quote taken straight out of Martha Stewart's book "The Martha Rules" and wanted a simple reminder.
Even the color inspiration for the design was based on the beautiful egg colors produced by Martha's chickens. *wink*
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I decided to have two different sizes made...
3x3 and a 10x10
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The hanging fractures come with a screw in the packaging that fits perfectly with the precut hole...
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And the coaster-backing is water-resistant...
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Fractures offer so many different creative possibilities...
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In fact, their products were just featured in Lucky Kids Magazine as a way to "immortalize" your children's art...(go here).

Mother's Day is coming up....
These would make a beautiful gift...don't you think?

In love with this concept?
Become a fan of Fracture on Facebook and tell them I sent you...
Follow them on Twitter... (@fractureme)
and order directly from their website today: www.fractureme.com

You'll have to let me know if you end up ordering something from them...
I'd love to know the creative things you'll end up doing with these!

Tips:
If you'd like to order the 3x3 size you'll need to contact the company directly since it's not offered on the website yet.
And you'll also need to specify whether or not you want the coaster backing if you plan on using them for coasters.


Enjoy your Wednesday everyone!!!
KEEPiNG iT REAL
I sent one of these as a "thank you" gift to Caitlin at Martha Stewart headquarters for
the goodies she sent for our "Sunshine State" Martha Stewart Dreamers into Doers meeting.
(I included an extra one for Martha... I'm certain she's using it on her desk right now. *wink*)

On a different note...I am coming across so many hurdles related to the launch of the Pastry Pedestal...
it's been SUCH a learning experience.
I'm frustrated and grateful at the same time.
Would that be considered "frustrateful"?  *wink*

1 comments:

Angela April 23, 2011 at 6:54 PM  

These fracture frames are wonderful. What a great find and I was one of the lucky ones to receive a 'Promise Me' gift so I have a sample of it. Thank you!!

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