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RICHMOND, Va. -- A Richmond-area artist is offering a unique way to preserve precious memories.

Sarah Gibson Wiley owns Huger and creates "memory pillows" for clients.

She takes photos and turns them into textured art.

Nikki-Dee Ray recently visited Sarah to learn about the memory pillow making process.

"She has such an amazing talent. I truly enjoyed working with her," Nikki-Dee said. "She took the photo from our trip to Alabama and turned it into a forever keepsake."

Click here to learn about Sarah and Huger.

Email Nikki-Dee if you'd like her to try your job for a day.

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