The Graduate

If you went to preschool, on to elementary, middle and high school, you’ve already spent a good chunk of time committed to learning.  Tack on a bachelors and graduate school and even if you live to be ninety, you’ve spent nearly a third of your life in school.  When it’s all said and done, you’re left with a diploma, or four, that may or may not ever see the light of day.  Custom framing your diploma is a great way to display your achievements .

This diploma is a law degree, framed in a contemporary metallic wood frame and elegant silk mat.  The great thing about custom framing a diploma is that you can choose nearly any style and color scheme you like.  This customer choose to have the piece incorporate to her personal style, rather than that of the University of Denver.

She sells sea shells….

Most people have to buy sand dollars to have one this beautiful.  A client did actually find this and decided to frame it to commemorate the vacation and the incredible luck.  It’s a small piece, for extra pop and to make sure no reflections would distract, Tru Vue Museum Glass was used.  Through an anti-reflection glazing, Museum Glass provides a nearly invisible finish and is ideal for preserving one-of-kind items or shadowboxes like this one where the art is set back.