Whenever my brother, sister, and I get together, we often take out a box of old family photos and three of our most powerful magnifying glasses. What fun it is to look for all the finite detail in our mother’s kitchen or on the Thanksgiving table 40 years ago at our Aunt Theresa’s country home. It makes me realize that when you look at the past, the small things tell much of the story. I think that’s why I enjoy all the canvases we make from vintage photos. So many of the testimonials thank us for pulling out all those fine and often faded details that mean so much.
Aliyah had us create a wonderful canvas of her parents. Her testimonial reminded us of how our expertise and commitment to customer service can make a big difference in the lives of our customers. “My brother and I dug up one of the few wedding photos of my parents. We wanted to give a canvas to them on their 25th anniversary. The photo was old, terribly aged, and of poor quality. This one was really a challenge. Customer service contacted us multiple times regarding the photo and asked what we hoped to accomplish on our modest budget. Everything went smoothly. And all of the representatives I spoke with were extremely kind and considerate. And the canvas was beautiful! It actually brought tears to my parents’ eyes! They were so impressed that you caught every detail, things that were barely visible in the original photograph. Thank you so much!”
And then there’s Glenda, who sent us a spectacular 1903 vintage photo of her grandparents. She wanted to share it at the 83rd annual family reunion. She told us it was a hit and generated plenty of discussion about their family history. When I look at the canvas, Glenda, I can certainly see why. It is a wonderful family heirloom! Mom