Sunday, November 29, 2020

Canvaspop - A Great Gift #Holiday2020

Anytime I can get a gift that is a memory of Mason and Callan, I am thrilled. And recently I got a beautiful canvas print of my two boys. Because your memories are important. That’s why Canvaspop takes pride in helping you preserve them. They offer a variety of products for you to get creative, with your personal photos, or artwork. Canvas prints, framed prints, collages, pet prints, even triptych prints (those cool three separate photos in a row). 
The canvas prints are made on water and fade resistant, museum-quality archival canvas. You can get them framed if you want, or just leave them with wrapped edges, which is the look I prefer, but some like frames, and you can choose from a 0.75″ or 1.25″ depth stretched canvas or add a black, white, or espresso float frame. For the edges you can have classic black, white, or a photo-wrapped border, which is the look I like. There are a variety of sizes to choose from, and I got a 16x16, because I didn't want too big or too small. My print is just gorgeous, and I love love love it. My photo below does not do it justice how gorgeous it is. A Canvaspop print or gift card would be an awesome loving gift for anyone on your list this holiday season or coming New Year.
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