a lovely discount....just for you!

New-Ivy-Frame-Line We have heard from  so many photographers who have ordered frames from Obrien & Schridde to create stunning wall galleries, and now they have offered a line and a new promotion for us just in time for holiday sales! Obrien and Schridde says, "In response to so many of your clients requests,  we have designed a new line of frames that come in some different sizes. 10x20 as well as 8x8. We would love to offer a special to all of your customers for the holidays! For every $250.00 order placed in any of our styles, they will receive a free frame." Just mention Design Aglow when you order at obrienschridde.com for this promo~


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