In addition to our current posters and designs, we offer a line of blankets. Have your favorite photos digitally transferred utilizing a dye sublimation process. We have the ability to have your favorite images put on blankets.

Dye sublimation is the method of applying an image to specially coated substrates, using three main ingredients: sublimation ink, heat and pressure. The dye is a unique mix of chemicals that are designed to give off brilliant colors. The dye comes in cyan, magenta, yellow and black. Before the dye is heated the colors are very dull. Under intense 400 degree heat and pressure the dye will explode or burst to reveal brilliant stunning colors.

Whether it's a child's t-ball game, wedding photos, prize-winning poodles, or even a beautiful home on the range, these blankets reflect beautiful photo-realistic images with rich, true color. The sublimation inks are permanently fixed to substrates and will not fade, crack, or discolor. The images of your prized possessions can now be reproduced as treasured keepsakes and unique gifts for years of enjoyment.

To order your personalized items today please call 706-278-4527 to use your credit card for payment. We will need your favorite photo number (found underneath the image).  Give us just 18 days and we'll convert your images into a memento that you will cherish for a lifetime.

American Express, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, Diners Club and JCB

Optional: If needed, you can add two lines of text to be printed along with your custom image. Text should be sent by email to insure proper spelling.   


30" X 50" Fleece Throw Blanket 100% Poly Knit Dye Sub; Machine wash, tumble dry. DO NOT BLEACH   $79.99

50" X 60" Fleece Throw Blanket 100% Poly Knit Dye Sub; Machine wash, tumble dry. DO NOT BLEACH   $99.99

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Copyright 2002 - 2010  Eugene C. Finley