This post is sponsored by Canvas Printers Online
There are two things I love when it comes to capturing my photographic memories and they are photobooks and photos on canvas. There’s something extra special about seeing a moment in time beautifully presented on a canvas and hanging, pride of place, in your home.
I was so glad that Sarah from Canvas Printers Online contacted me to do this review because I had the perfect photograph for a canvas print. This is a photo of Mr. G, Elliott and I at Elliott’s first birthday party. When I realised that I had not put any photos from his first birthday up anywhere in the house, I felt a bit guilty. We’d just recently celebrated his second birthday, where had the time gone! Oh and by the way, that ‘stuff’ on the side of my face is actually face paint, face painting is for adults too!
It was quite easy to use the Canvas Printers Online website to create my 40cm x 50cm canvas print, with prompts at every step. Although I did strike an error when it came to progressing through check out, I suspect because I was using a special code provided to me as I was gifted the canvas, I was promptly assisted and before I knew it, my canvas was on its way to me via post. I was pleasantly surprised when it arrived within the 5-10 working days that was suggested on the website.
I was quick to open the box to see my canvas inside. I was impressed by the secure packaging, the canvas was well wrapped with bubble wrap and the canvas was undamaged. I’ve purchased canvas prints from other businesses before and this print matched my expectations. The canvas was well wrapped and taught, the print and canvas quality is very good and really did the professional photograph justice, the canvas simply bursts with colour and clarity. I am also glad I purchased the Gallery Wrap because it really brings the photo to life (the sides of the frame are a continuation of the image).
I chose to put it on the wall in our lounge room as you can see in this photograph. There was a good sized secure hook on the back so I could hang it straight away. The other thing that I really liked was that the back of the frame was lined with velvet so it did not rub on the wall.
Mothers Day is coming up, wouldn’t a canvas print be the perfect gift? Canvases are available for delivery Australia wide and come in a variety of sizes and styles which you can see here. You can also follow Canvas Printers Online on Facebook where they have competitions, specials and photography tips.
If you were to turn a photograph into a canvas, which photograph would it be?
This is a sponsored post, run in accordance with my disclosure policy.
Today I’m linking up with the wonderful Jess for IBOT!
Eva is the Editor and Owner of The Multitasking Woman - a lifestyle and parenting blog.She always has her fingers in many different pies but wouldn't have it any other way. Eva is a Mum to her 4-year-old son, 2 month old daughter, two chickens, one dog and a fish called Bob and a wife to Mr G. They all live happily in their little cottage on the outskirts of Brisbane.
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