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#Giveaway: Posterjack.ca (With Review) #HolidayGiftGuide2014

Posterjack.ca is an Canadian online photo printing company, serving the entire Canadian population from their Toronto location. They also have stores online for the US, UK, Austria, France, Netherlands, Poland, and Switzerland. (See the bottom of the homepage to be redirected.)

I love Posterjack!
They take memories, and bring them to life. The best part is, these memories will be upfront and with you every day instead of just here and there when it passes through your mind. 
Twice now Posterjack has done this for me.

The first time, I wanted to give my in-laws a gift that they could cherish forever.We had a moment together, that was captured by me, and I knew it was perfect.
A day we enjoyed as a family, which we have many, but my mother-in-law celebrated her 65th birthday on this day. 
They loved the gallery box. It hangs in the family room, where they spend the majority of their time.

This year I knew I could do it again and make someone else happy with a life-long memory. 
My hubby is the target of my love and appreciation this Christmas. With one of his favorite things as the subject. It also happens to be a memory from a day him and I spent together. A day date in another city. A romantic meal, a trip to the local landmark and aquarium, a walk on the water, it had it all. So I sent this digital photo for Posterjack to print on canvas and make another gallery box.
Yes, those are sharks! My hubby loves them and in this moment at Ripley's Aquarium, when you stand under them... I can't begin to describe the surreal feeling. 
The hubby is going to absolutely love it!
It is so well-crafted. The website is so easy-to-use and when you are customizing your order, it even tells you if your image is good enough quality to use. Within a few minutes you could have a custom-made memory. Plus it ships very quickly.
I couldn't be a more satisfied customer, and frankly, this will be my only stop for gifts of this kind.
The holidays are here now, and Christmas is only a few weeks away. This would be a great gift idea.... which you can still get it if you order before December 14.

Or enter this giveaway...  if you live in Canada.

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Comments

  1. I love the three panel canvas!

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  2. I like the metal prints; those are pretty neat.
    Cheers.

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  3. I love the barnwood framed prints.

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