Custom Photos on Canvas

I love taking photos of special occasions and when we go on vacation. It used to be a battle to get them all developed and put into albums. Since we now have digital cameras and Smartphone cameras, the trouble is remembering to take them off my phone and put them on my computer. Then I have to decide which will go on a disk and which will be placed in a scrapbook. But what about the really special photos? The ones you don’t want to stick in an album? Framing them is an option but that is just “so last year”. πŸ™‚ I have an even better option!

Custom Photos on Canvas!

They are fabulous! We have a couple of pictures that we took of our bear visitors in the Smoky Mountains. We LOVE these pictures. (and those bears) Hubby wanted to have them enlarged and when I told him we could do a canvas, he was all for it. They turned out so well. My favorite is the 16×20 inch print that we got from Easy Canvas Prints.

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I apologize for all the watermarks. I had some graphics used without permission. :0(

The site was super easy to use. There is a little preview with a sofa, lamp and wall so you can decide which size canvas you want. You choose the size canvas and wrap thickness that you want and then you can add your image. That part couldn’t be any easier either! There are 3 options to choose from. You can upload an image from your computer, import from Facebook or import from Instagram. Then you can move your image around, center it, crop, etc until you get it just how you want it. Then go through the payment process and in no time flat you have a wonderful canvas print!

I am extremely happy with the service I received and the turn around time. The canvas is perfect!

 

 

 

Disclosure: I received a complimentary product code as a thank you for my review. No monetary compensation was received. All opinions are my own.

3 thoughts on “Custom Photos on Canvas”

  1. Better plan Crystal! I’m looking for such kind of cool idea for keeping my desired snaps of my study tour. Though it’s been late enough but I’ll fix those as soon as possible. Thanks for sharing a demo of it (watermarks is OK :)).

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  2. In photo on canvas, one of the main technical differences between Flemish and Dutch masters on the canvas and techniques of modern painting is completely different. Modern techniques of photo on canvas to take the advantages of both color and texture. Renaissance masters has important steps to ensure that no one took the texture of the canvas was penetrated.

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