Krista Butt at Cornerstone Custom Framing in Chilliwack works hard to make photographic memories even more special for her customers.

Treasured photos transformed to art

Cornerstone Custom Framing celebrating 10 years of craftsmanship in Chilliwack

Cornerstone Custom Picture Framing and Gallery has a lot to celebrate. They’ve been in business serving Chilliwack for 10 years, they’ve been at the same location on Mill Street for four years and they’re now offering an exciting new service.

“We’re introducing custom printing services,” says Krista Butt, who owns the shop with her brother, Ryan, and his wife, Leslie-Anne. “We will transform your photograph into a piece of art by getting it printed on canvas or aluminum.”

It’s a great way to get your most memorable images off of your computer or smartphone screen and display them in your home or office. It also makes for a personal, meaningful gift item.

Downtown Chilliwack business flourishing

Krista says after 10 years, the business is still growing. They love their location and they’re excited to see the downtown revitalization taking place all around them.

“Our city has such a historic downtown core and the whole revitalization project is really exciting,” she says. “We’re downtown, and we’re happy here!”

Cornerstone has built its reputation on quality craftsmanship and a level of service that only a family business can provide. They pride themselves on their versatility. “We frame photographs, fine art, memorabilia, canvas photography, original art, embroidery and more,” Krista says. “You name it, we frame it.”

To introduce their custom printing service and to celebrate their 10th anniversary, Cornerstone is running a contest on their Facebook page. where you can win your own photo on canvas. Be sure to “Like” their page and follow for details.


Stop by the shop at 9345 Mill St. in Chilliwack to talk to the Cornerstone team about your special framing projects.


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