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Photo Art Gifts For Every Personality On Your List



I love Posterjack! I can't tell you how wonderful this place really is, the quality of their products is like no other, and I have been satisfied time and time again.



These two photos, were both gifts from myself to people I love. The shark was a gift to my husband, who has a thing for sharks. The couple pictured are my wonderful in-laws. This photo was taken on my mother-in-law's 65th birthday when we took her out to a fancy shmancy restaurant. I had Posterjack put the digital photo to print, and voila! My mother-in-law was so happy when I gave it to her and it hangs proudly on her wall.

This time, since today is my birthday, I got a gift for myself. Wanna see what I got this time??



In July, Vince and I finally made it official and tied the knot after almost 15 years.  To date, I had no wedding photos hanging anywhere in my home, they are all on the computer or memory sticks that were given to me from others. So I knew exactly what I had to have. An acrylic block with one of our wedding memories in it.



I love this block! I was scared it needed something to hold it up, but it doesn't. It is just thick enough to stand on its own without you worrying about it falling and damaging anything. It is pretty thick and sturdy.



As you can see it is solid and pretty thick. I love how the sides are smooth and you can see the photo mirrored behind it. The quality of the craftsmanship is superb!!

Acrylic Blocks are the perfect gift idea, and budget-friendly too. Other budget and design-friendly gifts from Posterjack include Woodstand Prints and Photoboards.

So now I have so many ideas for the next birthday and holidays to come. Between their fabulous canvas prints, acrylic blocks and more, it is impossible not to create the perfect gift for someone you love. Just in case you are still at a loss for ideas, Posterjack has you covered. Check this out!





**No compensation was received for posting. An acrylic block was received to facilitate a review. Opinions are owned by Freda's Voice.

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  1. Happy Birthday Freda! I hope you have an amazing day!

    Love this idea. I'll have to check it out!

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  2. Those are really nice! And happy birthday, we are only a day apart! I made a couple of small canvas prints for my brother of old family photos, they came out really well.

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  3. I LOVE Posterjack! That is where I go my canvas photos done of my two girls and the quality is absolutely amazing. I had no idea they had Acrylic blocks! what a perfect and different thing to have in your home or even to give as a gift!

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