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Deck The Halls With Posterjack.ca

Posterjack.ca is an Canadian online photo printing company, serving the entire Canadian population from their Toronto location. Unfortunately they do not ship to any other countries at this time. I will surely let you know if and when this changes.
There is a standard shipping rate, but if you spend $150 or more, you get shipping for free!
For wonderful art from your own memories, how can you go wrong? You can spread your memories around your home, or share them with family and friends as gifts. Giving loving mementos to last a lifetime.
With Christmas coming, I have been looking for close-to-my-heart gifts that I can give to loved ones. Most of my family has all the material things, and are harder and harder each year to buy for. When approached by Posterjack.ca to review an item, I couldn't pass it up as I had one special couple in mind. My in-laws.
Style: Gallerybox
 This is my father and mother-in-law. The hubby and I took them out for my mother-in-law's 65th birthday to a fancy schmancy restaurant in town. We had a wonderful time and it was a day to remember for us all.
While at my in-laws home, I notice many family photos on the wall and lining mantles and such. Not one is of my in-laws together. Just other members of the family. They have these photos but in albums. None on the wall.
I took this photo, this wonderful memory, and uploaded it at Posterjack.ca. I chose which style I wanted it printed to and customized it to my tastes. I think the whole experience was less than 5 minutes! That's how straightforward and easy it is to do!
The quality is amazing, to go from digital copy to hanging on the wall!
Now to put it back in the bubble wrap, re-box it, and wrap it in Christmas paper. I can't wait to freak their freak. (Especially my mother-in-law, let's face it!)
Thanks Posterjack.ca for a great product and gift idea!

Oh, and readers, watch for a giveaway coming soon.  :-)

Be sure to check Posterjack.ca out on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Youtube, and their blog.

Comments

  1. It is such a nice and thoughtful gift, Freda! I'm sure your in-laws will love it!
    Cheers.

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  2. I'd love to get a print of a family favourite photo of a trip to Hawaii to give to my parents.

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