Sunday, August 28, 2011

Review: CanvasTouch

I like to take photos- mostly of my cute kids, but occasionally I'll snap a nice picture of some flowers or scenery or something. And ever so often I'll take a picture that turns out really well, and the thought crosses my mind that I should actually do something with the picture.  I'd never made it beyond that step in my thought process until I got an email from a nice man at CanvasTouch.com.  Here's a bit about this company:

CanvasTouch.com offers high-quality canvas prints using only top notch materials. Archival quality canvas, the best inks and high-quality stretcher bars. Not only is our product high-quality, but we're always looking to improve.
After looking through my picture files, I finally chose one and headed over to the website. The process was simple, I just chose the size of canvas that I wanted,  and uploaded my file. Then I chose the orientation for the picture, made my selection for the canvas border (choosing from mirror, stretch, gallery wrap, black or white), chose between color, black and white, and finally selected the coating that I wanted for the canvas. And it was as simple as that- the entire process was done in a matter of a few minutes and my order was placed.

My canvas arrived yesterday and both Daniel and I are so pleased by how it turned out. It's definitely a high-quality product. The printing is nice and even and the colors are bright and the canvas is durable and looks fantastic.  Right now we're trying to figure out where to put our beautiful new picture- we can't wait to show it off!

If you have a special photograph that you'd like to turn into a piece of art (travel photo? baby photo? wedding photo?), definitely check out CanvasTouch.com.  
Disclosure: I received credit to use toward making a canvas of my own. I was not compensated in any other way and all opinions posted here are mine and mine alone.

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