You may have seen a picture popping up on my blog recently.
I’m kind of proud of it.
It has been a long time in the making.
And everyone is looking at the camera.
Everyone *almost* looks like they are having a good time.
The picture was taken at Fort Wilderness. The canvas was made for me . . . a custom job thanks to,
It was easy, as their name implies. I probably spent all but 5 minutes making it?
It looks great.
I have it residing in the kitchen on my “mom” reference bookshelf. This bookshelf is in my line of vision from my “assigned” seat.
Would I randomly use Easy Canvas Prints? That would depend on if I had a coupon. The 8x10 I received costs $33.53.
Ouch. BUT if you “like” them on Facebook you can receive 50% off plus free shipping. They offer other deals, too.
So I am told.
Soooooooooo . . . yes, I would order a print. For $15 – that sounds reasonable.
Perfect for a newborn print . . . a family portrait . . . or a random fabulous shot I happen to take while in my manual setting, soon-to-be thanks to Angela’s ebook, Life As You See It, from which the proceeds will be put towards the adoption of their daughter, Rose.
(By the way, that was one of the best run-on sentences that I have EVER written!)
It’s easy. I am happy. And you can do all sorts of things to your canvas to get it looking to JUST the way you want it. (I had our photo wrap around.)
Disclaimer: I was not paid for this post nor do I have an affiliate status with Easy Canvas Prints. In exchange for an honest review, Easy Canvas Prints sent me an 8x10 canvas of my picture choice. I wanted a recent and decent print of my family . . . and this review came along at a great time! I promise that I won’t keep doing all sorts of reviews. But I really liked this review.