FrameEvent Review


Thanks to, I was able to try out a new website to help further personalize your pictures. Here’s the information from the FrameEvent:

FrameEvent ( allows its users to easily capture and personalize life’s most memorable events by providing the tools and creative elements needed to personalize their digital photos.

It’s time to take those photos off of your phone and computer and start creating precious memories! With easy to use tools to add themes, flair and text, FrameEvent makes personalizing your favorite photos easy and fun! Users can choose from a wide range of print sizes ranging from a 3×3 up to a 16×20 and have them professionally developed and delivered directly to their home.

FrameEvent is currently offering a FREE personalized print with every order. For customers purchasing more than one print the most expensive print will be free. (Shipping and handling charges are not included in this offer and only one free print per order).

As I tried it, I found that there were some things that I both liked and disliked about the website.

First, the likes:

  • One free print per order (shipping and handling not included)
  • Cute graphics, banners, and borders to add to your pictures
  • Many fonts available to add to your pictures
  • Editable colors for graphics and writing
  • Pre-made ideas for your pictures (and they are editable): birthdays, weddings, celebrations, holidays, vacations, sports, seasons, etc.
  • Easy upload of photos
  • Ability to try different gallery layouts for multiple pictures on stairways, focal walls, etc.
  • Quick customer service feedback

Now, the dislikes:

  • Sometimes slow interface (i.e. “spinning wheel of death”) that needs refreshing
  • Resizing pictures, text, and graphics isn’t intuitive and takes some practice
  • Difficult to get to a simple edit screen from the homepage

Overall, FrameEvent is a neat website for editable pictures. To be 100% honest, I don’t know how often I would use it, as I can do most of the editing available on my computer and then print locally. Still, for those that don’t have something else on their computer that they can use, this is a great resource. Plus, I do love that you can take a look at the gallery layouts before you spend a fortune on printing and frames, only to realize that the sizes and look don’t quite work.

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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