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The RUNDOWN


[ Volume 73 ]

COMPANY:  Framebridge
framebridge.com

WHAT IT IS: Simple and affordable custom framing.
 
WHY WE LIKE IT: Happy New Year! We're excited to be up and running again in 2019 with The RUNDOWN. Thanks for tuning in!

Whether your holidays included lots of festivities with family and friends, travel and adventures, or plenty of R&R, we can bet you took a lot of photos. What better way to capture some of the highlights of 2018 than with a framed print? Framebridge turns the often overwhelming and expensive task of framing into something enjoyable and affordable.

The Framebridge app is very intuitive and could not be easier to use. Simply choose a frame, upload a digital photo or mail in a piece of art (or artifact) and voila, your newly framed item will be on the way before you know it! Each frame is custom built to order. Plus, shipping is free and they even provide free, prepaid packaging when you mail an item to them.

Framebridge is great for photos, but they can frame any art piece or memento, too (think jerseys, ticket stubs, diplomas, invitations and announcements, or maps). Whatever it is, they've got you covered. And if you need help, they have a team of designers ready to give recommendations.

HOW MUCH IT COSTS: Pricing ranges from $39 to $199 and is based on the size of your frame. Use our referral code to get 15% off your first order: https://share.framebridge.com/x/HrLzhm
 
NOW, TAKE THE FIRST STEP: Download the Framebridge app on or visit www.framebridge.com to get started. Peruse their frame choices (there are 50 options), upload your photo from your computer, phone, or Instagram feed, and place your order. Or, you can mail in artwork or an object. In a short time, you'll be ready to hang your print and enjoy! 

P.S. If you want to hear more about the story behind Framebridge, you can listen to this episode of "How I Built This with Guy Raz" (one of our favorite podcasts!)

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