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Common Interview Mistakes

The diploma has been framed so the easy part can now begin, right?  Well not really. You have to find a job and ace the interview. Without much experience, it can be easy to commit some common mistakes in that first meeting with an employer. Here is your guide to impress the employer.


Postage Stamp Framing

When sticking a postage stamp on an envelope, it doesn't require much thought, but when framing a postage stamp as a tiny piece of art, now that's a different story! 

Wedding and Vacation Shadowboxes

It's June. Wedding bells are ringing, and it's also the time of year to plan summer vacations. Once the wedding or vacation is over though, one way to preserve these fabulous times is by creating shadowboxes.

Graduation Day: How to Take Better Photos

As a parent or relative of a graduating student from either high school or college, you are probably experiencing many emotions during this time of year. Graduation will be one of the most important ceremonies your child or loved one will ever experience. Of course, you will be there to watch them receive their diploma and throw their cap in the air along with their entire graduating class.  But you also want to capture every moment and emotion on this important day. These tips can help you take great graduation photos that are full of emotion.  There is no better way to capture and relive those irreplaceable moments in life.

Conservation Terms

As a custom framer, collector, or artist, there are many terms that relate to framing and conservation that are important to be familiar with.  Check out the reference list of key terms that apply to the preservation, restoration, or framing of art and documents.

Preserving Your Wedding Dress

Have you ever looked at your Grandmother or great Grandmother's wedding gown? Besides the obvious old fashioned style, chances are the gown has holes, stains, and discolored spots all over it. These days, wedding gowns cost around $1,000 and that is on the lower end! It's a shame that most women only get the chance to wear the dress for one day after spending so much time, money and effort on such a beautiful cornerstone of your wedding day. Whether your gown is a vintage tradition or a brand new gown, use the following tips to preserve your wedding gown so it can be passed down from generation to generation just like your great Grandmother's.

How to Display Your Wedding Gown

Your wedding dress will probably be one of the most sentimental and treasured items you'll ever want to preserve and keep for generations to come. After the amount of time it takes to find the perfect dress and the memories you have wearing the dress on your special wedding day, you'll most likely want to cherish this special gown. Consider framing your wedding dress in a beautiful shadow box. This will preserve the dress, keep it safe from harmful light or dust, and allow you to pass your dress on to several generations to come. 

What to Do if you Lost your College Diploma

Lost college diplomaYour college diploma will most likely be one of the most valuable documents you will ever earn throughout your life. Have you ever thought about what would happen if you lost your diploma?

Either through an office move or a disaster such as a fire or flood, a college diploma along with other valuable documents can easily be destroyed. After all, it is only paper, but it represents so much! If this has happened to you, consider using the following tip to obtain a replacement diploma.

Shipping Frames with Glass

Since Church Hill Classics is an expert in diploma and picture framing, we have had a great deal of experience in finding the best way to safely ship frames with glass. There are many little things that come into consideration that make a big difference during the shipping process. 

Tips For Float Mounting Artwork

Many people choose to "float" mount a watercolor or other artwork so that it is suspended within in the window of a mat and the paper's raw edges are visible.  This creates a very professional and unique presentation that showcases the original nature of your piece.  It is appropriate for artwork such as watercolors that are created on a heavy weight paper and will not be damaged by mounting from the back-side of the art.

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