Creating Glass Art With Your Photographs

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I love seeing my photographs in my home on my walls. So to preserve my photographs I discovered a great product called Fracture that will transform your photographs into Glass Art.
Step 1. How to Start This Project.

You need photographs that are colorful and stand out. I choose different styles of green plants to make a pretty series on my wall.
Step 2. What ever photographs you choose save them in jpg. Make sure they are cropped no smaller than 300 ppi. I use Free PicMonkey to crop them.
Step 3. Once you have cropped and saved to your computer. Go to and start uploading your photos. You will see different options from small ($18.00) to extra-large , I choose 4 medium. Its really easy to check out.

Step 4. Package Arrives

The glass photographs arrived nicely packaged with all the screws needed to hang them up. The glass photos had a very thick foam backing that protects the photographs from breaking, plus its very smooth on the walls.
Step 5. Hanging The Photographs.

The back of a Fracture comes with a mount hole so you can hang them up immediately with the included wall hardware. No need to add a anchor with the screws provided.
Step 5. Calculate where you want to hang the photographs and drill or hammer a tiny hole. The screws go in and stay secure. The hole on the back of the foam is designed to fit perfectly for the screw.

Hope you enjoyed this unique way of displaying photographs. Its worth the money for quality and an everlasting treasure for your home.
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