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3 Things To Consider When It Comes To Framing

Whether it's a treasured painting, a picture of a loved one, or a memento that you want to keep safe, framing can help preserve these items for years to come. Getting the right frame is very important. Frames themselves can range from basic to works of art in their own right. There are a lot of options to choose from when it comes to framing and it can be difficult to make a decision. Read More 

Custom Medal Ideas For Summer Camp

Summer camp counselors are always looking for ways to make the camping experience memorable for those who attend. Camp T-shirts, photo collages, and all sorts of other methods can all help to augment your campers' enjoyment, but you might also wish to consider custom medals. It's conventional for summer camps to have a banquet event on the last day or night before the camp ends, and this is often a time to celebrate accomplishments and even recognize individual campers for a multitude of reasons. Read More 

Buying A Gift For Somebody That’s Hard To Shop For? 3 Reasons To Choose Monthly Gift Boxes

With the holidays around the corner, you're likely beginning to start planning a list for gifts to give all your friends and family. While some gifts may be obvious, depending on the person, you may run into an issue where it can be difficult to shop for others. If this is case for someone that you know, it may be a good idea to look into selecting a subscription gift box. Read More 

The Multi-Item Path To Procuring A $100 Pawn Loan

Taking out a loan from a pawn shop is not a very involved process. A person who wishes to borrow $100 simply needs to provide the pawn shop with merchandise worth $100. This way, if the loan defaults, then the pawn shop could recoup the loan through the sale of the merchandise. A common problem people run into is they do not have an item worth the amount of the loan. Read More 

Making A Good Impression: Choosing Eyeglass Frames To Express Who You Really Are

Your eyeglasses do more than correct your vision. They frame your face and send a message to the world about the kind of person you are. In the past, choosing a frame was all about the shape of your face, but in today's visual world it is more important than ever to choose a set of frames that express who you are. According to Princeton psychologists, it takes one-tenth of second to form a first impression by looking at a person's face. Read More