Printcopia ~ Canvas Prints
I am sure everyone knows I love photos and I love being able to store them in as many ways and as original ways as possible. I was so extremely happy to be approached by Printcopia to do a review of their canvas prints. Before this, I did not have any canvas prints and for this print I chose to get my favorite photo made into a canvas from our trip to South Africa last year.
The quality of this print is fantastic, so much more then I ever imagined. While you can’t tell exactly in this picture, you can actually see the full detail in my sunglasses as it is shown in the original photo. Looking at it makes me feel like we are there again (this photo was taken on top of Table Mountain in Cape Town, South Africa).
I took the picture above from the Printcopia website and it’s true :) they do turn your memories into masterpieces. Ordering on their website is super easy, which I really think is important, those tech savvy among us can do it BUT those that aren’t are also able to order their pictures with just a couple clicks of the mouse. In addition to canvas prints Printcopia also creates acrylics, framed prints, panoramic prints and more. Right now they have a sale going on for their canvas prints, 25% off and free shipping, just click HERE to get your memories made into masterpieces.
You can also find Printcopia on Facebook and Twitter - follow them on both to make sure you are up to date on everything related to this amazing company AND to make sure you get notice of the amazing promotions and sales they run.
Printcopia has been nice enough to sponsor a giveaway of an 8X10 canvas print (a $56 value) to a lucky reader – all you have to do is enter via the rafflecopter entry form below.
GOOD LUCK & HAPPY MEMORIES!!
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