Memory Glow Etched Photo Kit Turns Photo Into Lighted Glass

Posted: Jul 23 2010, 7:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 1:01pm CDT , in Shopping Tips


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The Memory Glow Photo Kit is available at solutions for $64.95.

Do you have a loved one or friend that loves photos? Well now, you can take an ordinary photo and turn it into a lighted masterpiece. The photo is etched onto clear glass to be displayed on a lighted LED base, creating lasting memories.

The Memory Glow Photo would make a perfect gift for a grandparent or a bride. You simply mail in the photo you wish to be etched with up to 20 characters of writing. You can have the date or names etched on the glass right along side of the picture. It is a memory that will last a lifetime. After you mail in your photos it takes about 2 weeks to receive your picture back. The base is a lighted resin stand with input for power supply adapter. Five LED lights in middle fitted slot of base illuminate your glass photo. Glass measures 4" W x 6" H X 3/4" D. This is the perfect way to display a beloved photo be sure to order yours today.

The Memory Glow Photo Kit is available at solutions for $64.95.

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