Memory Framing has evolved into its current form since 2004, starting as a project by the owner to dress up his own sports collection.
Marketing displays combining archival pictures and battleground bullets from the American Civil War led to inquiries by prospective customers about what to do with the World War II medals in Dad's sock drawer.
Memory Framing developed prototypes and began selling custom displays of military medals, photos, and other souvenirs in 2006. Today it is a specialty, representing about half of our business, with many satisfied customers.
Today, Memory Framing has progressing to framing an expanding range of objects and photographs for clients, but remain true to the original principle of making unique presentations from your souvenirs and pictures.
One of the first projects Andrew MacGregor ever did was his late father’s service medals for Canadian Army service during WW II.
An image of that display is now his business logo.
He will take the same care with your project!
New Product Developments
In 2009, we developed the removable medal compartment, to allow temporary removal of medals or other contents from the display for periodic use.
Also in 2009, we launched a new product for preservation and display of children’s dance slippers and shoes.
In 2010, we introduced the tribute Memory Frame, designed to honour civilian life with photos and souvenirs.
In 2011, we developed our 'Old House' product for downsizers to remember their old home and all its history. (See example at right.)
In 2012, Memory Framing developed the DIY Medal Display Kit, as an alternative to custom framing. Frame medals with a photo at your own speed at home. Flexible and cost-effective!
'OLD HOUSE' Memory Frame Example
DIY Medal Display Kit, 3-6 medal size, (overall size approx. 10X16 inches) maroon matting, standard size 4X6 photo. Personalization available.