Client comments about their completed projects, 1st place fire prevention poster from 1951, and restoring a photo that had been stuck to glass.

Some Client Inspiration

Packed with inspiration from our clients. Whether it is Fire Safety hints from Smokey the Clown, old 1st day of school photo, and 1923 swimming hole.
Long ago you came to me, a miracle of firsts: First smiles and teeth and baby steps, a sunbeam on the burst. But one day you will move away and leave to me your past, And I will be left thinking of a lifetime of your lasts . . . The last time that I
Recently we decided to discontinued our advertising in a local luxury social news magazine and decided instead to put that money toward sponsoring some kids from Tanzania.  The organization called Compassion helps kids living in poverty in developing countries.  Sponsorship is giving $38/month to give a specific child meals, tutoring, immunizations, spiritual nurturing and job
Creative Project Specialist/Customer Service Representative: Leave A Legacy is thriving, innovative business that preserves peoples memories through digital creations (films, video, audio, photos, slides, etc.).  We are looking to hire a fabulous person to serve as the Creative Project Specialist/Customer Service Representative at our Fort Collins location. Candidate will be doing project intake and completion of
Creative DVD SlideshowsDid you know that Leave A Legacy can use your digital photo files (jpg files) to produce a DVD that will play on a DVD player and most modern computers? Of course, if your photos are prints or slides we can make them digital for you. Images usually appear on screen for five

How we do it: Photo Gifts

The first step is to make your photo, artwork or logo digital by scanning. We can also use digital photos that are emailed to us or brought in to our studio. The next step is to choose the item(s) that you would like an image transferred on to. Items include: • Business card holders• Ceramic tiles• Clipboards• Clocks• Coasters• Cutting boards• Fabric
After a disaster, like the tornados that hit us a few weeks ago, we are foremost thankful for the safety of our family and neighbors. What you hear people say while looking upon the wreckage of their home is that, of all of the valuables lost or damaged, what we value the most are our

Preserving Vacation Memories

After you return home, you will wish your trip would have lasted forever, but you’re sure you’ll remember all the good times you had for the rest of your life. But unless you have a photographic memory, some of them will fade away. We suggest recording all the special – and even some of what
Last month we shared ideas on how to document memories of your summer vacation. This month we turn to preserving those school-day memories, whether for your children, grandchildren or even yourself. How you go about this project depends on what stage your kiddos are at. If they are just starting school, then you can “do