• $60 for a customized alphabet photo frame
• -Or- can apply to any purchase on the site
• Includes additional $75 gift certificate for a future purchase
• PROMOTION EXPIRES May 23, 2013
$60 savings on a one-of-a-kind piece of art — that’s something to crow about! Any photographer can say "watch the birdie," but Crystal from Frame the Alphabet is a bird of a different feather. Her eagle eye detects letter formations in everyday scenery and objects, and she’s compiled several gorgeous shots for each letter of the alphabet. Choose from among them to create your own customized "alphabet frame" as a gift, or to decorate your own home or office. Spell out a name, a thought, a place name, a team name… the possibilities are as endless as your imagination. The best part? With each order you will receive an extra $75 gift certificate for a future purchase!
View the beautiful letter-photos on Frame the Alphabet's website, and choose the ones you want for your very own, one-of-a-kind, alphabet frame. Select a black and white or sepia finish for the letters, and pick the frame to surround your creation; at 39.5' x 15.5', it will make an impressive statement. Gift certificates and free e-cards are also available.
$60 for a customized alphabet photo frame or anything for $135 on the site
- No cash value. Cannot combine with other offers. You will receive a $75 gift certificate when you receive your order to use on a future purchase! Customers can upgrade to a deluxe frame on the website for $20 extra. Does not include shipping. Merchant will abide by gift certificate state laws. No cash back. Voucher cannot be combined or used in conjunction with any other offer, coupon or promotion. Tax charged in Tennessee residents only.
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Crystal‘s been behind a camera since she was a fledgling, and her passion for pictures took to the New York Institute of Photography. She is now living her dream through Frame the Alphabet, which she runs with her husband.