Our Process: 1. Email or call us to discuss design! firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-800-821-1333 2. Upload images and logo to our secure FTP site 3. Your bookmark is created 4. A proof is sent via email (2 rounds of changes free) 5. Approval/Place order 6. Printed and shipped your way! (Museum orders run every Thurs. and… Read more »
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The United States Capitol in Washington, D.C., is a symbol of the American people and their government, the meeting place of the nation’s legislature. The Capitol also houses an important collection of American art, and it is an architectural achievement in its own right. It is a working office building as well as a tourist… Read more »
The Kansas City World World War I Museum and Memorial features interactive displays, thought-provoking films and eyewitness testimonies that help guide visitors through one of the largest collections of WWI artifacts in the world, housed in a distinctive Kansas City landmark overlooking the city. Lamcraft Inc. is proud to assist the Museum in its mission… Read more »
Watch this to see how Lamcraft will use your photos and images to create custom laminated bookmarks for your museum, historical site or park!
Laminate a business card or write in contact information to make a custom luggage tag with Lamcraft’s Pre-Printed Luggage Tags. http://www.lamcraft.com/accessories-and-custom-projects/luggage-tags.html
If interested in designing a custom bookmark, luggage tag, placemat, or whatever, give Barbara a call at 1-800-821-1333 to discuss the possiblities! Or as always, visit us online at http://www.museumbookmarkcollection.com.
Google street view just got ten times cooler. Awesome story from Cincinnati’s WLWT5.
There’s a reason this is going viral. Please watch! Very powerful message on the dangers of texting and driving. It can wait… that message isn’t going anywhere.
“The Swedish flatpack giant plans to build a museum on the site of its original store. So what can we expect?” Click through for the full story via The Guardian. Great read! http://www.theguardian.com/business/shortcuts/2014/may/12/visitors-ikea-museum-swedish-flatpack-giant
New Museum Exhibit to Let Visitors Try Google Glass Would you go just to try out the Glasses? I would!