I was approached recently to advertise for EasyCanvasPrints.com, and in exchange, I would receive a canvas.
I didn’t have a photo that I was ready send off from my family, but husband’s sister got married recently, and I thought a canvas transfer of one of their wedding photos would be a fun gift.
I uploaded the photo, selected the size, wrap, shape and coloring of the, and it was all done within a few minutes. If your photo isn’t perfect, the company will change the coloring for you, or add effects like sepia or even touch up problems (additional fees apply).
Within a few minutes of submitting my order, I got an email from the company, informing me that the photo I submitted was low-resolution, and to confirm if I wanted to substitute another photograph or proceed anyway. This was all handled personally by an employee–not a random database-generated message into the ether. I submitted a higher-resoution photograph and got confirmation just a few minutes later that it would work perfectly, which is great because I’m no photo pro.
The final print arrived a week later, and is really, really stunning. I can’t wait to give it to my sister-in-law and my new brother-in-law.
Yes, these are pretty expensive, but not outrageous (at least in my opinion) for what they are worth. The canvas will be treasured by its owners. Also, there’s a 50% off coupon right now on Facebook if you like their page “Easy Canvas Prints.”
But would I order again?
Absolutely! We’ve got to get some new family photos done soon. After those are done, I think we will have them turned into a canvas for our house, and maybe even as a gift for my parents and my husband’s parents.
For a glimpse of the canvas that is on its way to the happy couple, see below.
*Disclosure: I was given a canvas in exchange for review and blog advertising, though this opinion is entirely my own and is not under the direction of the company in any way.