Why should I frame my college diploma?

 

You’ve been preparing for at least 4, or more, years for this special day. Countless hours of studying, crash courses, practically spending the night at the library, and meeting deadlines have been your new normal and now you’ve finally made it to the finish line.
Soon you will have relatives, childhood friends, and family celebrating the special milestone that you worked so hard for. Your diploma is a representation of the hard work that has been done to achieve your academic accomplishment and should be preserved for many different reasons. Here are a few benefits of framing your diploma frame:
  1. Showcases your achievement
Along with flaunting your degree, you can customize your diploma frame to best match your personality. Our customizer lets you create a custom frame designed the exact way you want it. No matter if you attend the University of South Florida, University of Georgia, Lousiana State University, or Georgia Tech, we promise that you will be fully satisfied with the custom frame crafted and designed specifically for you.
  1. Preserves your diploma
 All of our frames come standard with UV glass that is meant to protect the color of your diploma. Interested in learning more about how UV glass really protects your diploma? Read more here
  1. Conversation starter
Let’s be honest, it feels good when you have your diploma visibly displayed in an area that others can stop and view. Framing your diploma is also a great conversation starter and can spark new relationships. When someone sees your diploma framed, it stands out and is a sign of someone that is distinguished.
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Do you have your college diploma framed or know someone that may be graduating soon?  Visit officialdiplomaframes.com to order your diploma frame. Make sure to use code ILOVEMYGRAD to receive 15% off your order ($150 or more + free shipping)

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