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Easy Canvas Prints Review + Giveaway

       As a family we are very lucky to be able to see so many beautiful sites, and I always have my camera going. You have probably seen many of my pictures as I share them here on the blog. While it is such a pleasure to share the beauty I experience with you some days looking at the computer screen just doesn't bring back the memories they way I would like it to. Recently I was given an opportunity to work with a company called Easy Canvas Prints. Just as their name states they help you to make your pictures into a canvas print with ease. When I found out I was going to be able to pick a picture and make it into a canvas that I could hang on my wall and enjoy I knew just which picture I wanted to use!
I'm sure you can see why I would
want to look at this every evening
       Placing my order online was super easy. Everything was labelled and the step by step directions had different options and pricing where applicable. That was really nice to have, then when it was time to check out there was no surprise about the price of the item. The canvas I received was a 16" by 20" print with a 0.75" wrap. I went ahead with the image wrap so I could hang it plain on my wall, I'm not much for picture frames :) they are to hard to match when you need new
The hanger was pre-mounted helping take
the guess work out of hanging my new
canvas, you can see it is well secured with

the image creeping all the way around the edge.
       After ordering it took only 4 days to arrive and was well wrapped and then taped securely into a well fitting box. I love that there was no shipping damage at all and was perfect just like when it was placed inside the box. The attention to detail throughout the process of this review has been amazing and the company was very pleasurable to work with. Here is my beautiful canvas hanging on our living room wall.
They say a picture is worth 1000 words, but
I don't think this canvas needs words, the
beauty says it all.
        The people at want to help turn your memories into a masterpiece. They are offering for me to give away to one of my readers an 8" by 10" canvas print. Please make sure to enter on the Rafflecopter below. GOOD LUCK!

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*I received the above mentioned product in order to help facilitate this review, regardless all views expressed are my own and were in no way influenced**


Jo Steph said…
My daughter's birthday.
Melanie B said…
So pretty! I would make one with the kids picture!
Carolyn Colley said…
I have a family picture of me, my husband, both of my kids and my grandchildren that I would use
calichristy2 said…
want to give my grandmother a picture to remember
debijackson said…
The photo of my son's graduation.

rod jackson
Liz said…
engagement photos!!
Tara Lukens said…
My friend just had a baby about 3 months ago & it's her first girl she has 2 boys so I would get her a picture she got done of her & her little girl it would make the perfect canvas (: thanks
Anonymous said…
I have so many pictures and at the moment I am not sure which one. I can not wait to hang this with my other canvas prints.

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