People Portrait Plaques
I've only started doing people portrait plaques for a little over a year now,
at first I lacked the confidence and found them a little overwhelming.
Now I really enjoy doing them, as every face has an essence and holds so
Every face is so beautiful and tells a story
Birth Announcement Plaques
When my kids were babies, my mom bought them those plates you
write on with marker, carefully entering in all the details, thinking it
would be a keepsake for the children when they grew older. One
broke, and on the rest the marker has since worn away.
That will never happen with one of my plaques! With my plaques,
grandchildren will be able to compare their children's foot and/or
hand size with their great, great, great Grandmothers and/or
There is no paper to become tattered, worn or ruined.
Each plaque is treated with several coats of Helsman Urethane.
Truly a keepsake that will be cherished for generations to come.
Use Multiple Pictures
If you have multiple pets, and no matter how hard you try you can't get them
in the same picture... No problem. With a few simple swift strokes of a
pencil "boom" they're "Best Friends". Being that no templates are used,
using separate pictures to create one, is no problem.
Just remember, the clearer the picture you send me, the more detailed
your portrait will be.
We tend to forget most pictures have a limited lifespan. They can easily get
worn or ruined. Digital photos can end up getting accidentally erased or
inaccessible. Which is fine and dandy, because you can always take another
one, right? But sadly what if that loved one is no longer around?
These are a phenomenal piece of art, that will resist the sands of time and
keep your loved ones memory alive for generations.