Friday, April 22nd, 2011
Before you toss your child’s overflowing pile of artworks and clothes, consider turning them into one-of-a-kind pieces of artwork and jewelry through The Great Remember.
A mother of three kids, an MFA graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design, and an artist based in Brooklyn, NY, Lisa Waltuch started The Great Remember to help parents preserve memories by integrating them into the home. Stretched canvas mosaics, textured appliqués, and personalized locket necklaces are three specific ways parents can turn their children’s creations into unforgettable mementos.
The Great Remember will dispatch photographers to a customer’s home to take high-resolution photos of artwork for mosaics. For textured appliqués, customers will need to send clothes by mail while for lockets, customers will need to send digital photos. Customers can also email their child’s favorite quote or saying to have it stitched into a handcrafted heart grid to be mounted on a mahogany shadowbox.
Prices for these truly unique gifts start at $99. Place orders by Monday, April 25 to ensure delivery by Mother’s Day.Add a Comment