Mom in Training: Holiday Gift Guide: Z-Access 3D Display Frame #Giveaway 11-21

November 7, 2011

Holiday Gift Guide: Z-Access 3D Display Frame #Giveaway 11-21

Hello Holidays, I hear you have arrived!  I bet I'm not the only one that's heard the sounds of Christmas in the stores already.  So without further adue I'm here with my first Holiday Gift Guide gift idea!  Be sure to check back for all of the great product reviews and even some giveaways for some awesome holiday gift ideas!  You can even see them all clear through the end of the year on my Holiday Gift Guide 2011 page.

Display and Protect Your Most Cherished Mementos in 3D with Z-Access™ Display Frames

Souvenirs, family keepsakes, memorabilia and other mementos often must be tucked away or perched high out of reach for safe keeping. Now, you can bring those cherished treasures to life with Z-Access™ Display Frames that add a new dimension to the typical photo frame or ordinary shadowbox.

Z-Access Display Frames allow you to showcase your most treasured keepsakes and other lifetime memories in full 3D, safely protected against dust, moisture and fingerprints. With proprietary polymer film technology and do-it-yourself easy assembly, Z-Access Display Frames suspend your cherished items in an affordable, moisture resistant cocoon for worry-free enjoyment.

Traditional shadowboxes only accommodate items of a certain depth and keep them completely out-of-reach. Custom sizes for uniquely shaped treasures can be expensive, and often items must be adhered to the box, which can damage delicate surfaces.

 Z-Access Display Frames conform to virtually any shape and still afford a tactile experience, without any damage to the item itself. Remember that homerun baseball you caught last season? Or, how about those starfish you collected at the shore? Placed securely inside a Z-Access Display Frame, these wonderful memories can be displayed in their full glory. And, unlike shadowboxes, the Z-Access Display Frame allows you to touch the items, feel their unique texture and relive the moment without the risk of damage.

The secret to the Z-Access Display Frame technology is its proprietary space-age polymer film—the same kind used to protect high-end precision optics, crystals and prisms for scientific study. The slightly tacky film stretches to fit a wide range of shapes and sizes, is puncture resistant, will not damage delicate surfaces and leaves no sticky residue.

Each 6” x 4” Z-Access Display Frame can hold up to three pounds. And, the do-it-yourself assembly is easy: just open the frame, place your item inside the film and close the frame. There’s no need to send away your treasured items and risk loss or damage in shipping. When you want to change-out your items and put a new one on display, just pop open the frame and swap out the items. The memory-film will reshape to fit almost any new item of similar depth. The film inserts can also be replaced if needed, with no need to replace the entire frame.
My Take:
Just in time for the holidays, you'll love this Z-Access 3D Display Frame just as much as I do.  It's so cool, you can insert practically anything into the flexible frame. I bet right now you are thinking of all your kids art projects they've done that would look cool in this frame too.  My son made the above "turtle" for me back in first grade, and since then it's been sitting on a shelf collecting dust.  But dust no more, now that I have a Z-Access 3D Display Frame I can keep it safe and on display for all to see.  Of course now I have to get a second frame so when my daughter makes her first grade art project I have someplace to display hers. These frames are both unique and useful, everyone is a collector of something and therefore they have something they'd love to protect and display at the same time I ma sure.  Sounds like a hit for a Christmas present to me! 

But it: Z-Access Display Frames are available in three models: a Stand Alone version with a fixed base for $12.99, a Slimline rotating frame-within-a-frame for 360-degree viewing for $16.99 and an Executive rotating frame-within-a-frame for $29.99.

Win it: One lucky reader will win a Z-Access 3D Display Frame. This giveaway will end November 22nd at 12:01 AM EST. The winner will have 48 hours to respond to my email. If no response, a new winner will be chosen. Open to residents of the US.

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Disclosure:  Thanks to PR Firm/sponsor I was provided with this product(s) for the purpose of my personal review. This blog post is not a paid post and the honest opinions stated are my own. This giveaway is in no way associated with Facebook, entry via Facebook like is completely optional.


  1. If I won I would display a picture of my Grandma in the 3d frame because I haven't seen her in years! Miss her!

    Moniquebbon at yahoo dot com

    I have a softball signed by retired Detroit Tigers and current Detroit Red Wings from a charity softball game that my then "young" son was a bat boy for. I would frame a picture of him with the team and the ball ! Very cool !

  3. I would frame some of children's art projects

  4. I would use this as a christmas gift for my boss. She just attended a black tie event where she met the King and Queen of Sweden (where she is from) and I would put together the items from the event in one great display!

  5. my daughter has an autographed baseball from a game she went to a couple years ago, so it would be for that.

  6. I'd put my husband's volunteer service award in it.

  7. My husband's prized baseball

  8. A picture my niece drew.

  9. I would put stuff from my kids childhood in it

  10. I would display the pocket watch my dad received when he retired.

    monster6236 at gmail dot com

  11. My daughters ballet recital picture
    Thanks for the chance.

  12. A family picture with all 12 of us kids :)

  13. I would make a display of items I got on a trip to Jamaica.

  14. my grandsons little treasures he finds we will be changing it often
    vmkids3 at msn dot com

  15. I would put this little ceramic tile my son decorated me for Mother's Day in it.

  16. My husbands fire warden badge from when he was in fire fighting.

  17. I would display some of my husbands military awards.


  18. Baby shoes

  19. My nephew would like to put his pinewood derby car inside!

  20. I'd display a picture of my mum, sis and I taken earlier this year when we went out for my sister's birthday.
    fromfurrin at gmail dot com

  21. My husbands fire warden badge from when he was in fire fighting.


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