About a month ago, I was contacted by Stephanie at Easy Canvas Prints about reviewing an canvas print. Being that I love pictures, I was all about it. I was given the chance to choose any photo, and make it into an 8×10 canvas print.
I had a print made over the summer from Rite Aid, and knew I loved the look of them, so I immediately got to work. I chose a wedding photo that I love and wanted to display in the house and headed to the website.
It was so easy to choose a print and get working. I was blown away at how everything was laid out, and all the options you had. Usually I encounter some kind of technological trouble when working on the computer, but not with this.
A feature I thought was neat was when choosing a size, it had a picture next to it that showed what it would look like (size wise) above a couch. This let you know if it would be too tiny or just right. I knew I wouldn’t be putting mine above the couch, but that’s a popular place to put one! The sizes range from 8”x8” to 30”x40”.
After choosing the picture and size, you can play around with other options. You choose the thickness of wrapping, or if you want it framed. You can pick if you want color enhancement (for a small extra fee), if you would like a stand on it (for a small fee), changed to black and white, etc. It was so fun to play around with all the options!
I chose to go with the mirrored look for my canvas. All that means is on the wrapping of the canvas (the sides) the picture is mirrored back. One option was for it to continue the picture, but it ended up taking away our feet so that would be wrapped underneath. The mirroring looks perfect and I’m really happy with it.
It took just over a week for my print to come in. It came in a big box marked fragile, which I really liked because these could break if they were smashed with something. When I opened it, the quality was unbelievable. The colors are vibrant, the picture looks beautiful; it all looked perfect! I would highly recommend this website to get a picture you have been loving made into a canvas.
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What picture would you use to make into a canvas print?
If you are married, how many pictures do you have of your wedding in your house?
As always, opinions are my own. I did receive a canvas in exchange for the review. I highly recommend this product, though, and would never promote something I didn’t like. If this interests you, you may also be interested in their affiliate sites: Build A Sign (make your own sign) and Allied Shirts (design your own shirt).