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CanvasPop Review & #Giveaway

CanvasPop is a Canadian company that takes your digital photos and turns them into beautiful wall pieces. Their prints are made with the best quality materials in the industry, so you know you will get quality craftsmanship every time. The NY Times gave CanvasPop 5 stars!! 

You can save a favorite moment, have encouraging and inspirational words printed or even create a photo collage! There are many choices to choose from.

I was super excited when offered a print for review. I knew exactly which digital photo I wanted to hang on my wall, so I sent it off to CanvasPop. Shortly afterward, I received an email, asking me to confirm my photo before it actually got printed. I love this idea! You get to proof your print, just to be sure it is what you want.

Then a week or so later this arrived...
I was thrilled. I couldn't wait to see my photo come to life on my wall. Notice the sticker that says 'Made With Love'? I believe it to be true, especially when they took so much time protecting the print for packaging.
Wrapped in bubble wrap and cardboard, this puppy wasn't going anywhere. That ensures no damage would happen when shipping, and opening the print, I knew the craftsmanship was spot on, seeing how they carefully shipped it.
I got it unpacked, and hung immediately. I had to see what it looked like on the wall. I am impressed at how well made this print is. You can see the black 0.75 inch framing. It was a choice between black and white, and I am glad I went black. It was the perfect choice for this print.
So this is the photo. I took it while visiting the local pet store where my dogs get groomed. These birds were so enamored with one another I had to snap a shot. It turned out beautiful, and the print showcased how beautiful it really is. It also compliments my paint well. I can now look at this pretty picture any time I walk into my room. It feels so life-like. Love the quality and will cherish this print forever. Thanks CanvasPop!

Check out their social networks too; Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, & Instagram

So now I have some exciting news for you. CanvasPop has generously offered one reader the same gift I received. Using your own photo, of course.

If you can't wait to see if you won, you can use this code FREDASVOICE35 and get 35% off your order. Expires May 31.

One reader will win a 16X20 Canvas Print with a 0.75 inch frame in black or white. Free shipping is included!

Open to Canadians only!


Good luck!


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Comments

  1. Memory I wish I could frame: going mushroom picking with my granny, in Switzerland.

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  2. I don't do pinterest so does that disqualify me?

    Beautiful work.

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  3. I wish I could frame the memory of my grandson diving at the Hotsprings!

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  4. I would frame the last family get together we had before our grandmother passed away

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  5. What a fantastic question. I'm an amateur/enthusiast photographer so this is really interesting to me. I'd say..holding my baby granddaughter at two weeks. I took a selfie via mirror reflection with her on my shoulder. It was 2 a.m.

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  6. I'd frame my youngest daughters portrait with me when she got married. Another really great moment.

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  7. A photo of my son's artwork!

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  8. I have a picture of my two when they were little, sitting outside in the sun, just enjoying life.

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  9. A family picture with all my cousins that live so far away that I haven't seen since childhood

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  10. Picture with my grandfather at the cottage back in the day

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