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Photoart Gifts That Say I Love You #Giveaway

Posterjack is here to help you give a one-of-a-kind piece of photoart to your special someone this Valentines day, and warm their heart to the very core. 

Take your love song. Posterjack’s collage maker allows you to layer the lyrics to your love song over a Canvas Print of you and your sweetheart.
Or maybe the other loves of your life are who you had in mind. Show your l’il cupid how much you love them with a Framed smooch covered photo.
Remember your romantic getaway? Get transported back to the spot that holds a special place in your heart with a landscape Acrylic Print.
Or for the kids at heart. Show off your playful side with fun props like heart cutouts, red and white balloons or red hot lips.
So very cute, right?! And so many options! For more Valentine’s Day photos ideas, check out Posterjack’s Pinterest page.

I love Posterjack, and have had a couple of fantastic personal experiences with them. First for my mother-in-law, then for my hubby.









They are my favorite place for making memories come to life again. I highly recommend them for any occasion.


AND NOW THE GIVEAWAY

CANADA ONLY

1 winner will get a $100 GC to create their own photoart.

<3

Good luck!


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Comments

  1. ooh what a cool idea! I'm not a Canada peep but good luck to those entering! :D I love canvas art with photos. (and paint) haha :D Awesome giveaway Freda
    -Diamond @ Dee's Reads

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  2. Great idea. I have done a canvas photo before, but not with music. Thanks for sharing such a fantastic idea.
    sherry @ fundinmental

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  3. I would love to create a barnwood framed print.

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  4. I would like to do a Canvas print of my daughters.

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  5. I would love to give a canvas print of my kids to my mom.

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  6. I'd get a 16 by 12 canvas print of one of our family photos of our trip to Maui.

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  7. I would love to create a canvas print of one of our vacation photos for our family room.

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  8. I might create a metal print from a holiday photo; that is neat.
    Cheers.

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