You've downloaded an image! Yay! But now what? What can you do with a downloaded image?
If you'd like to print it, we recommend Mpix. They offer a range of high-quality products with a speedy printing time. Other big-box retailers offer good prints too, like Costco and Sam's Club.
One of my favorite sites to use for unique prints is Artifact Uprising. They offer many cool options for displaying art, such as this wood ledge.
Is framed art your thing? We trust Framebridge to frame all of our art and think you will love them too. You can simply upload your photo and they do the rest.
With your photo download, you are granted a limited personal reproduction license. That means you can print your downloaded photo once or ten times. You can use it as a background on your phone. Or in one of those digital photo frame things. You can't use these photos to make money, so you cannot enter it into contests or use it to promote your business or resell it in any way. If you have questions about photo usage, give Shawna a shout at firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you on the search for a great new frame for your print? I feel you. Framing can be expensive and frustrating. Here are a few options that I've had good luck with over the years.
If you need a frame, like, right now, these simple Target frames are nice. Or CB2, Ikea, Home Goods and Michael's offer nice options.
A custom but still affordable option is a site like Frame It Easy, where you can pick your frame and mat and they build the frame and ship it to you. I've purchased several of these and was really happy with the whole experience.
If you have any framing questions, please let Shawna know. She's always happy to help!
(None of these links are affiliates. We just truly love these sites/products!)