The holidays are right around the corner, and it’s very likely you’ll have some photos and perhaps, other items from this season you’ll want to keep safe. Sure you can put photos in frames and collectible treasures on a shelf, but then they’re stuck there, frozen in one position.
A new and exciting way to display treasured objects and photos is in an Access 3D Display Frame from the Lewibelle Company. At first glance, the frames look just like normal picture frames, in black. White or brown. But unlike traditional frames doesn’t have glass or Lucite. Instead, it has a unique, stretch-able, exclusive polymer film that conforms to any shape, protecting items against moisture, dust, and fingerprints. The frames don’t just allow you to display photos. With these, you can display a full, 3D object, from a baby shoe to a baseball!
…..And that’s not all,. The frames have stands so they stay upright, but they actually rotate, so depending upon your display., you can have two different views of the same object, or just change the display from front to back as you wish. It is easy to add photos and objects to the frame. There are two clips that hold the hinged frame together. Unclip the clops and position the objects and photos you want to display in the frame, then simply squeeze and hold the two parts of the frame together while adding the two U shaped clips back into place. The plastic in the display part of the frame stretches to accommodate something as large as a baseball. That means anything in volume that weighs up to 3 pounds. The only thing you really can’t put in the display is something that is sharply pointed objects because they may break the plastic. However, if you do break the plastic, you can purchase replacement inserts. Other things to nmoteis that while the plastic has some UV filters, you still shouldn’t put your objects for prolonged exposure in the sun, and don’t try display objects that can be damaged when compressed.
But with that being said, when I renewed my wedding vows in Anguilla not long ago, I brought home a very large silk orchid that was in my bouquet, and some shells from my wedding cake. I also kept the handmade French lace that my mother bought in Paris in the 1960’s that had adorned the handle of the bouquet. I wanted to display these items, and the Jessica’s Pure White Rotating 6 x 4” slimline rotating frame, made it easy!
Clearly, my Blackberry is acting up and these aren’t great photos, but as you can see, I managed to put all of my wedding treasures into the display frame plus a photo of my husband and me, in the back. I can enjoy my photos and treasured mementos clean and dust-free, while being able to view them any time I want. It took no more than two minutes to position the objects and compress (a little) the very large orchid and bulky shells, This is such a fantastic way to display treasured items and I think it would make an incredible gift for a new mom, a bride, or any collector.
The frame I got was a 6” x 4” on a 5 x 7 frame, and it is fine for photos and trinkets, but it doesn’t leave a whole lot of room in the display area. I wish they made larger one. But on the plus side, there are seven different resin outer frame colors from white to pastels to bold red, brown or black. You can customize the clip color and replacement inner frame colors as well (for an additional charge).
This would make the perfect holiday gift, either filled,, or empty for the recipient to fill with his or her own special items. There are three styles, two crafted with resin outer frames: the 6” x 4” Stand Alone 3-D Display Frame — $19.99; the 6” x 4” SLIMLINE 3-D Rotating Frame — $24.99 that has a 7”x9” outer frame of like material, allowing your item to rotate 360°.; and the 6” x 4” EXECUTIVE Rotating Frame-in-Frame — $37.99 with a 7”x 9” wooden outer frame.
Go to www.displayit3d.com and stock up!