What should I know about Decorative Pouches?

posted this on Jul 21, 2015

If you’re looking for a fun way to dress up pictures to give out as gifts this holiday, you should really check out Pizzazz Decorative Pouches.  They are a great way to enhance photos and other items.  These laminating pouches are designed to work with almost any pouch laminator and add a 3mil protective coating onto any picture.  They offer excellent clarity and every package comes with a carrier to protect your laminator.  You can order these frames separately or as part of an assortment.  Each one comes in either a 9″ x 11.5″ size for letter size items or 4.25″ x 6.25″, which is perfect for photos.  Check these out.

Fun Frames:

  • Smiles.  Multicolored faces in various sizes line the edge of these pouches.
  • Birthday.  This one features colorful balloons, streamers, candles, and a few birthday presents. Using these pouches, you can have fun dressing up pictures or letters.  The photo size would be perfect around pictures of your child blowing out candles or eating cake.  This is an easy way to decorate a photo for use in a scrapbook.
  • Stars.  Bright yellow and blue stars in various sizes line the edges of these pouches.  Great for a congratulatory letter or certificate.
  • Rainbow.  The edges of this design fade from deep blue to purple, red, orange, and finally a sunny yellow at the opposing end.  A cloud in each corner completes the look.  This would be perfect to frame a picture of a rainbow or a rainy vista.
  • Road Signs.  Exactly how it sounds, pictures of stop signs and speed limits and highway markers line the edges of these pouches.  We could see this framing a driver’s ed completion certificate or maybe a photo of your teenager with their first car.
  • Sunflowers.  Perfect for a picture of a bright summer picnic or children playing, this fun frame features a cheerful border of red, orange, and yellow sunflowers.

Classic Frames:

  • Black Sheen.  The addition of a black metallic finish around the border would add a finished look to a prom photo or an achievement certificate.
  • Cherry Wood.  The Cherry Wood Grain look around the edge is a nice rich wood color.  This would be excellent around a large photo to give it framed look before adding it to a scrapbook page.
  • Chrome.  The shiny Chrome border adds a touch of flash to any picture or document.  We could see it around a formal dance picture or maybe even a wedding photo.
  • Purple Stone.  This Classic Frame has a marbled purple finish.  This would be a great edge for a certificate or around a house photograph.
  • Multicolored.  The bright yellow and deep orange as well as other colors around this border would accent a beautiful sunset.  Of course it could just as easily frame a picture of a 60s themed party.
  • Metal Grid.  This one adds a faux frame look and would be excellent for an achievement award or other certificate.
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