Everything often seems to be a blur when a loved one passes.
There’s so much that needs to be planned and prepared; so many details that are undoubtedly emotionally taxing.
Some of those details are the funeral programs and memorial photo boards. Everyone would like to create something distinctive and special, but time and means are often limited.
What if you could alleviate some of your stress by having someone else do that work for you?
I would be honored to help you create a collage that celebrates the love and life you’ve shared with the departed.
Because I understand that things move swiftly when planning a funeral or memorial service, I’ve created a special custom collage package specifically to get you a beautiful piece of artwork in a short amount of time.
The package includes
a turnaround time of 3 days or less from the time of receipt of all photos/items
(a proof of the collage will be sent approximately 24 hours after receipt of photos/items)
a 20 x 30 collage using 40 photos/items
the print will be mounted on styrene (a hard plastic) for durability
(optional) up to (6) 10 x 15 prints of the collage for family members/loved ones to frame & hang in their home
(optional) print-ready PDF 8.5 x 11″ bi-fold funeral program using your collage
for you to print yourself or take to a local printer/copying service
An $850 value for
As a reflection of my appreciation for their service,
I offer a reduced price of $650 for the memorial of a veteran.
If you would like to use more than 40 photos/items, you can certainly do so.
Additional photos/items are priced at the reduced rate of $10 per photo/item.
The collage can be framed in a simple matte black metal frame for added durability for $40.
Ideas on Getting Started
Choose a time to get together with family members, friends, and loved ones to go through photo albums, memorabilia, yearbooks, etc. If people are spread out long distance, you could use a free service like Skype to get together via video chat.
Make the time special. Share stories, jokes, and memories of the departed. While going through photos and items will most certainly bring about sadness, by making the process an event rather than a chore you can begin to grieve and heal together.
If you’d like to use the collage for the funeral program, think about what you would like included. There’s no need to format it in any particular way, simply type it out in whatever word processing software you use. You can email it to me, print it out and send it with your photos, or upload it to Dropbox if I’ve set up a folder for you to send me your digital photos.
Browse through my Getting Started page for answers to common questions about scanning, digital photos, the proofing process and more. I’m happy to help if you have any questions that haven’t been addressed there.
Once you’ve gathered everything for the collage, contact me to get started!