Fracture the Status Quo {A Review}

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I have an issue with follow-through sometimes. I’m not sure if it’s this way with you, but sometimes I have a hard time with pictures making it into picture frames and then making onto their rightful space on a wall in our home. It’s a simple thing- getting pictures onto the wall, but sometimes it just doesn’t feel so simple.

All a person really needs to do is order a print, pick up the print (or open their door to open a package with the print) and then buy a frame, put the picture in the frame and then hang it on the wall. This is the status quo and it’s not that hard.

But my story often ends up with me collecting coupons for frames at the craft store that end up collecting more dust than savings. Or I might hit up a garage sale to gather up some old frames for a quarter only to later realize that these frames are either coming apart at the corners or all look like something a graduation certificate goes in rather than a treasured photo.

The status quo is a bit of a challenge for me in this area. That’s just my confession. Another confession is that I’ve always been one to appreciate companies that break through the norm and offer something new. 

Enter Fracture.

Fracture offers a more seamless and simple process to getting photos from your camera to your wall. The fracture website is easy to maneuver and self-explanatory.

I’m a fan of big buttons with clear instructions. For this reason, I’m giving Fracture an A+ for ease of use on their website. You can click the blue button in the center of the screen to upload photos from your computer or, as depicted in the image, you can upload from Instagram or Facebook. 

When I thought about which picture I would like to preserve I quickly knew which one I had to order. My dad mentioned a few months ago that he wanted a large print of the 2014 Christmas card photo. That photo will live as the best Christmas card photo for a long time. I’m not sure we have ever taken a photo that better shows the personalities of my four kiddos. I selected that photo in a larger size and then a couple smaller ones. 

The package arrived promptly and everything inside was safely buckled in with some thin plastic safety belts.

My son joined me in looking through the package. One of my other favorite pictures of all time is this one below.

After church one day, I received a text from the Sunday school teacher. She said she didn’t ask him to help and this wasn’t a staged photo, but my son just found this girl and helped her put on her shoes. I melted into a puddle of sweet, sticky love over the fact that my little boy would help this girl and actually guide her foot into the shoe. I wanted to preserve this picture so we could always look at it and remember to take time and serve others.

I also got a picture of my kids walking out on Lake Superior for the first time which happened on last year’s family vacation. I love their silhouettes and the wonder within their postures. 

My son helped me follow the VERY EASY to find and follow instructions. Every fracture even comes with a screw! The process is foolproof!

If you turn your fracture over, this is what you will find.

If you turn your fracture over, this is what you will find.

We put up the pictures on the wall. Each photo fit perfectly next to quotes that matched the picture’s sentiment. 

I am saving this one for my dad. I just love this picture. I can’t wait to see where he ends up putting it in their house

I hope you can try Fracture soon. Their product is unique, simple, and makes a wall look beautiful and personalized. Next time I do one, I want to design some fun quotes or something black and white, or a picture of some fabric like the guy in the video…

Considering all the fun options,

Lindsey Feldpausch :)

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. Opinions are %100 my own.

Lindsey Feldpausch

Lindsey Feldpausch lives in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Her worship leader/youth pastor husband and four delightful kiddos fill life with the best kind of crazy- you know like Cheerio explosions, unruly towers of library books, and construction paper mayhem. She likes dangly earrings, mint gum, campfire conversations, and the way her mom makes the best salads. She can't wait to tell you a story and she can't wait to listen to yours. Jesus is her Savior. She is currently unfinished. 

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