I really enjoy photographing my children with my Canon EOS. I’ve slowly been replacing all our framed wedding photos with those of Bear and J-jo. One thing I had never tried was turning one of our photos into a canvas print. When EasyCanvasPrints.com offered me a canvas, I jumped at the chance.
I love our canvas. I love seeing the children smile at me all the time, being loving with each other. When I’m feeling discouraged by their behavior, I come look at this (and say a quick prayer!) and I feel much better.
Our canvas was incredibly easy to create and took only 4 steps. Delivery was fast with the canvas well wrapped for protection during shipping. The print is an 8×10. It looks great and I am completely satisfied with the quality. I actually zoomed and cropped the photo as part of my 4 steps in creating the canvas and was really worried that zooming so much would affect the quality, but it didn’t.
As you can see, 8×10 is quite small. I do recommend going bigger with a canvas and the gallery thickness (I went for regular). It just looks more impressive. If I do order another canvas print later, I also want to try something more creative like what Maureen did at Spell Outloud. I really love her scrapbook page canvas.
Disclaimer: I received a free 8×10 canvas from EasyCanvasPrints.com in exchange for this review; however, the opinions expressed are my own. Also, the Amazon link is an affiliate link.