Turn Your Women's March Signs Into Art With This Sweet Deal
"It was the one-year anniversary of one of the greatest protests in American history, and it was a promise to keep the fight going," New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said this past weekend of the Women's March, where 200,000 people marched in New York City alone.
The hundreds of thousands of people who took part in the Women's March this year, not just in NYC but also around the globe, won't soon forget the chants, the solidarity, the passion and, yes, the signs — ranging from powerful to hilarious. It was a day of resistance we'll always remember.
And Framebridge, a site dedicated to framing custom pieces in varying sizes, wants to help attendees take it one step further.
The custom-framing start-up based in Washington, D.C., is offering 20 percent off to have all your signs framed. All you have to do is use the code womensmarch18. The best part? Shipping is free.
The process is simple too. Head to framebridge.com, upload your sign as "Original Art," pick a frame and Framebridge will send you a prepaid mail-in box to send your item in the mail. In just a week or two, you will receive your framed sign in the mail ready to hang.
Pricing, which is determined by the size of each item, starts at $39, so it's pretty affordable. The frames themselves are stunning too, ranging from wood to gold.
Hanging your sign on your wall sounds like the perfect way to commemorate such a historic moment.