Looking for the perfect Valentine’s gift? Something to last longer than chocolates and roses? Imagekind, a Seattle company and the web’s fastest-growing site for creating framed artwork, has something new for your family’s keepsakes: Story Frames. Multi-opening frames, oriented vertically or horizontally, use a number of pictures to tell a story. Those digital images of the kiddos on your laptop make a sweet screensaver, but when was the last time you printed and framed any? Starting at $45, we love Story Frames as an affordable, easy, and professional alternative to do-it-yourself framing. Imagekind does all the work for you —photos are cropped and enhanced with a click —and the materials are of museum quality. Just upload photos to the site —you can grab them from your Flickr account or from your computer’s database—choose from nine frame layouts featuring different numbers of photos and varying sizes, select a frame and a mat color and texture, and your creation will arrive wrapped with care. You can upload and use any digital image —not just photos. Go ahead, scan Little One’s Valentine and keep it forever. Or just let someone know how much you love their smile.
PS— From now through February 29 you can save 10% on your Story Frame, when you enter this promo code at checkout: StoryFrame10 (then click on the “apply code” button)
Imagekind Story Frames