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Hi Neighbors!

How many of you have heard of Fracture before?  I did a review for them quite awhile ago and just recently they contacted me about a review for the holidays!  I really like Fracture!  You can use any picture you have taken and turn it into a beautiful work to hang on your wall!

I used one where my daughter cropped around our picture from the family play and then she added a castle in the background. You can add a border on Fracture.  They have quite a few choices!  Add the name of our play and we have created a memory!  I think it came out really nice.  What do you think?

Fracture is actually a photo printed on glass.  When you receive it, it is ready to hang on your wall.  It even comes with the mounting screw.  And the best news is they are not expensive.  They start at $10.  You can even send a gift certificate so your loved ones can create their own Fracture photo.  There are no sharp edges on your Fracture photo, and it is safer and more shatter proof than normal glass in picture frames.

Be sure to visit the Fracture website and see what they have to offer.  You can also find them on Facebook and Twitter.  Also be sure to sign up for the Fracture newsletter.

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive a Fracture photo for review purposes.  All quotes in red are taken from the sponsor's website or email.  All thoughts and opinions are mine.


Danielle S said…
This looks neat. I would love to get this for our family.

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