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At Fracture, we love giving gifts. We also love celebrating individuals and organizations that give back to their community. Check out this story about a nonprofit summer camp from Ontario, Canada, called Project Canoe. The camp staff received Fractures as their annual gift last year. Executive Director Tim Richardson shared the story. What is Project Canoe? We use the outdoors, including wilderness canoe trips, to create a transformative environment in which youth develop life skills, social competencies and resiliency, thereby fostering …

Deck the walls with fabulous photos, fa la la la la la la la la. Time to go from drab to fab this holiday season and become the ultimate gift giver. Toss away the cuff links, ties, and ugly sweaters and pick up our brand spankin’ new personalized photo gift guide. This guide will transform your favorite pictures into unique and thoughtful gifts. Ready your credit cards, set up the gift wrap, and SHOP! 1. Snow Globes $6.69 Nothing says Christmas …
This is awesome decor stuff like what you get from Wayfair.

While we all know the COOLEST way to decorate your walls (*cough*US*cough), what about the rest of your place? Flooring, furniture, and accessories are more ways you can decorate your home with your own style! With that in mind, we decided we’re going to give away a $200 Wayfair gift card. We tried building glass furniture to sell, but that didn’t quite work out. And Wayfair has a TON of great stuff. Like, a lot. So this is way better …

Forget about store-bought ties or homemade clay ashtrays for a man that doesn’t smoke. This year, why not whip up a Father’s Day gift he’ll actually use and enjoy? These five gift projects are simple enough that the kids can do them, or at least help. 1. Rosemary Mint Shaving Cream This all-natural, homemade shaving cream contains ingredients that are actually good for his skin. The oils help condition and soften the skin while leaving behind a pleasant fragrance. Make …

If you were to sum up the job requirements of being a mom, it would easily be the most difficult job on the planet. The job description would read something like this: “Looking for someone to stand, bend, move, drive, clean or otherwise exert herself for 24 hours a day, seven days a week. This person must have extensive knowledge of medicine, culinary arts, organization, therapy, conflict resolution, finance and completing science project poster boards. Must be willing to give …