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Canvas Champ (With #Giveaway)



**A canvas print was received to facilitate a review. Opinions are owned by Freda's Voice. Freda's Voice is not responsible for the prize shipment, lost, damaged or stolen prizes.


As some of you may know, I love taking photos. Photography is a hobby of mine, but I often add some of my work to my walls. Recently, I was contacted by Canvas Champ, a company dedicated to making your photos come to life on canvas prints.


Since I had recently moved, the first thing to do was to walk around the place and see where a piece of art needed to be placed. Then it was about finding the perfect photo in my collection to hang there. Next, I was onto the website to start building the print.



Once you start, it will seem like there is too many options, but it's so easy to use. You choose the size, and within a few minutes you will be done and waiting for your art to show up.



The user interface is a simple design that you can easily get through with no hassle, even if you are not computer savvy at all. It goes through all the options with you and gets you finished  fast.



When you're complete you will get a confirmation exactly as shown. You get an email as well, and your shipment is able to be tracked after it is taken by the courier. I received my print less than a week after ordering! It was seriously that fast!

Here is my beautiful photo, that now sits in my kitchen.



I chose this shot as it suits the color of the room. The craftsmanship of the canvas wrapped print is pretty incredible. i can see that it will probably outlast me!

Best part is, the great people at Canvas Champ have offered you, my wonderful readers, your own print exactly the same size as what I have. 12x8. This also includes the shipping costs. Fill in the form below and good luck!


AND NOW THE GIVEAWAY

CANADA ONLY

1 WINNER





Comments

  1. I have this really awesome pic of my daughter with a magnolia branch that I would love to have printed , I checked out the site and actually really like the peel and stick wall decals

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  2. This will probably be for me, I love canvas prints. I'd probably pick one of my sports shots or a photo I took of birds in the neighborhood

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  3. I like scenery pictures, I take a lot of shots of clouds and sunsets that would look awesome

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  4. I would have a beautiful photo of my grandsons which would be a gift for them to treasure.

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  5. Id get a picture of my kids

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  6. My sister loves cats and I would love to get a picture of one of her favourite cats and have it put on canvas. It would make a great Christmas gift for her!

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  7. I think I'd really like this, and I know my daughter would LOVE it!!!

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