The History of Custom Framing

The History of Custom Framing “A picture without a frame is like a body without a soul” – Van Gogh Framing pictures as a tool to separate scenes or ideas and to focus attention on a specific area of work…

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A Great-Grandfather Remembered Forever

A customer recently brought in a beautiful pocket watch from the 1900s that was her great grandfathers passed down through generations.It was a locket of his hair made of galvanized bronze set on an intricately braided hair chain. The chain…

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2016 Trends

2016 Trends Now that 2015 is behind us we are looking toward 2016. Like every new year there is a new trend, new color, and new decorating ideas. Houzz published an article titled, “25 Design Trends Coming to Homes Near…

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Halloween Centerpiece from Marcus Akinlana

Halloween Centerpiece from Marcus Akinlana I recently bought my first home and was excited to start decorating for Halloween since it is my favorite holiday. My mantel needed some spooky attractions to look at so I start with the typical…

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Butch Clemens Park

When it began play in 1974, the Towamencin Connie Mack Baseball program utilized baseball fields at both North Penn HS and Christopher Dock HS. In 2004, the North Penn School District decided that it would close the North Penn High…

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WCTU Banner

We had the pleasure of framing Pleasantville United Church of Christ’s WCTU banner. The WCTU banner has a lot of history that senior Pastor, Rev. Dr. Hilary J. Barrett was nice enough to share with us.  This WCTU banner represents…

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Remodeling the Bathroom

Remodeling the Bathroom We recently purchased our first home and unfortunately the guest bathroom needed some updating. Luckily a friend of ours was able to help us remodel. For those first time re-modelers out there I am going to review…

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