Sponsor of the Month – Dial a Frame

2nd May, 2013



For nearly 20 years, Dial A Picture Frame has been serving the picture framing needs of the Sutherland Shire community. Located at the heart of Caringbah, they are passionate about providing good quality custom framing and good old fashioned customer service.

Their tag-line “We frame anything!” holds truer than ever today, with people bringing in all manner of unusual items for framing – so much so that framing challenging items has become one of their specialities.

Memorabilia framing is one aspect of that – whether from personal achievement or success, from collecting pieces from favourite athletes and celebrities, or even souvenirs from places visited and times past, 3D objects have become just as important to people as photos and artworks, and there is the same need to preserve and protect these items while having them on display.

Dial A Picture Frame regularly frame football jerseys and polo shirts, medals and medallions, cricket bats, masks, vinyl records, bark paintings, ornaments and other mementos, as well as photos, oil and acrylic paintings, art prints, posters, certificates, needlework and ephemera.

Also, thanks to their long-standing partnership with Trophy Land in the CBD, Dial A Picture Frame also offer a huge range of trophies, medals, and awards, as well as plaques and engraving.

Another thing that sets Dial A Picture Frame apart is their Computer Visualisation System – custom designed and created specifically for Dial A Picture Frame, this unique computer program allows the customer to see what their finished framing work will look like before work has even begun!

Dial A Picture Frame is proud to be sponsoring Southern Power this year, for the fifth year running. And just like for the last 4 years, just mention you’re a Power member or supporter when you take in your items, and get a 20% discount off any and all your framing!

You can find Dial A Picture Frame at 1 Park Lane, Caringbah. Pop in and see Kurt and Michelle today!

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