Sunday, August 19, 2012

Win 8" x 10" Customized Canvas Print from Easy Canvas Prints Giveaway Value $45

Who knew it could be so easy, quick and affordable to change your own photo into a Canvas Print to enjoy on your wall?

Well I know it is possible, thanks to Easy Canvas Prints. 

Easy Canvas Prints is an online customized service that allows you to use a photo you have taken and create a professional canvas print that you will be able to enjoy inside for many years to come.  Each canvas print is created with archival quality and has a specifically designed coating for superior color gamut and resolution.   

I had such a challenge figuring out what photo to use when I had the chance to create my own canvas print thanks to Easy Canvas Prints. I finally decided on a scenery photo I took last year on a vacation to Colorado; as it will look perfect in our bedroom.

Easy Canvas Prints makes it very easy for you to know if the photo you select will make a good canvas print.  As when you import it into the order, it will tell you if the photo is good.  Good means the online design tool which is viewing your photo has a sophisticated image resolution detector and will know if the photo will work.

So once you select your photo and know it will work, you have to decide what type of wrap you want on your canvas print.  I selected the ".75 Standard wrap and later in the process decided to have the boarder, which was the ".75 Standard wrap be the "image wrap".  That means the my photo image continued on and wrapped around the boarder.

You can also chose mirror wrapped or a solid colored boarder.

Guess what?  Your choices do not end there!  You can decide if you want your image in color, black and white or sepia.

Easy Canvas Prints even offers minor retouching for free!  I forgot to mention you can select if you want your canvas print to have the standard hanger like I chose....

Or an easel back.

Don't fret, with all the choices and many more I didn't share!  Easy Canvas Prints website is so quick and non-complicated to follow to create your masterpiece.

So do  you want to create your own?  If so, click over to Easy Canvas Prints and get busy otherwise you can enter below for your chance to win!


Disclaimer: Easy Canvas Prints  provided me with a free
sample of this product to review/giveaway, and I was under no obligation to review it if
I so chose. Nor was I under any obligation to write a positive review or
sponsor a product giveaway in return for the free product.

49 comments:

  1. I would get a nice canvas print of my loveable kitty!

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  2. I learned that the canvas prints are highly durable and can last for many decades!

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  3. I learned they have a tool to determine if an image is good enough to print.

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  4. I learned that the canvas is resistant to stains and fingerprints too! -Georgiana

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  5. I would use one for my family pic too. -Georgiana

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  6. the canvas is very durable

    velvetelvis46@yahoo.com

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  7. Easy Canvas Prints™ can accept PNG, JPG, BMP and TIF files that are 20MB and under.

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  8. If you plan to frame your canvas it is suggested you choose the .75 standard wrap.

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  9. I learned that they provide easy to use sawtooth hangers that have been specially tested on you canvas to fit with your canvas.
    lauraemerson17 at yahoo dot com

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  10. I learned that they should be dusted with a soft, dry cloth. No Pledge on those prints!

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  11. I pic from my trip to Chile.
    Thanks for the contest.

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  12. How do I know if my photo is good enough to print?

    Our online design tool has a sophisticated image resolution detector. If you load a file it will indicate that your image is "good". If your image appears to be below that you may want to upload a larger file.

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  13. I'd use a photo of my adorable Pug puppy.
    elysesw@aol.com

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  14. I learned there are not Frame options at this time.
    elysesw@aol.com

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  15. I learned that their prints are giclee prints made from archival inks.

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  16. I'd use the photo of my little nephew. :)

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  17. The canvases are quite durable should resist most scratches, smudges, fingerprints, etc. You can dust canvases with a soft, dry cloth. If your canvas is damaged and needs deeper cleaning you may try a damp cloth. If the canvas gets nicked and loses ink in a certain areas it can be touched up with felt–tip markers or paint.

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  18. I learned how to properly care for your canvas print and that it will last for many, many years:)

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  19. I have a gorgeous picture of my 7 year old daughter,her friend Lauren and a couple horses we visit.I'd pic that one:)

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  20. The turnaround time is 10-12 business days.
    jcarrturq5@yahoo.com

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  21. family photo that we just had taken in august.

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  22. Learned its resistant to fingerprints and stains.

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  23. Would get one of our vacation in Gulf Shores this summer.

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  24. I learned that the canvas prints are highly durable and can last for many decades!

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  25. I learned you can expedite your order, and get it in 1-2 business days! Crazy fast!

    coriwestphal at msn dot com

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  26. I have a beautiful pic of the lake that my parents live on. I'd love to make a canvas of it for them!

    coriwestphal at msn dot com

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  27. They have a tool to decide if your resolution is high enough for a good print.

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  28. I would make a canvas print of a photo of my children.

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  29. resistant to stains

    LMB419@aol.com

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  30. I would want a picture of our whole family cruise we took last year.

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  31. he canvases are quite durable should resist most scratches, smudges, fingerprints, etc. You can dust canvases with a soft, dry cloth. If your canvas is damaged and needs deeper cleaning you may try a damp cloth. If the canvas gets nicked and loses ink in a certain areas it can be touched up with felt–tip markers or paint.
    jessicasjunk08ATgmail.com

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  32. a photograph from my portfolio, probably one of my dog or something color coordinated to my room! thank you so much!
    jessicasjunk08@gmailDOTcom

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  33. I learned that it should last for decades if you care for it!
    fb: rab pom

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  34. I would use a picture of my boyfriend and I when we went away for the weekend to puerto rico :)
    fb: rab pom

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  35. I learned that it should last almost forever!

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  36. I would LOVE to get a canvas print of my three girls together. Together is a difficult picture to capture of them! They are 17, 9 and 1. They are all three into completly different things!!!

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  37. Canvases come in a plastic bag to keep out moisture and are held securely in the center of the box. Non-stretched canvases are bagged and shipped rolled in a tube.

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  38. id use a photo of my son dunking a basketball

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  39. I learned that Easy Canvas Prints™ can accept PNG, JPG, BMP and TIF files that are 20MB and under.

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  40. I would use a photo of my pup at the dog park.

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  41. I found out about this giveaway through a search engine.

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  42. learned: canvas should still last for decades to come if cared for properly.
    xo

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  43. photo: from this summer in europe
    xoxo

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  44. If the canvas gets nicked and loses ink in a certain areas it can be touched up with felt–tip markers or paint.


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  45. I learned the turnaround time is ten to twelve business days.

    tridingermckee at gmail dot com

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  46. I would use my late grandmothers picture

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  47. I learned that boxes specifically designed to protect your canvas while in shipping

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  48. For more printing options you can also visit
    thatcanvas.com

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