"I absolutely LOVE Shutterfly. Everything I have ordered has been amazing. This is a gift, and it turned out exactly as I had hoped. Not surprising. Keep it up Shutterfly!!!"
"My father just passed away, he was adamant about NOT having a funeral service and wanted a party instead. His "Celebration of Life" party is coming up soon, I am excited to display this "Piece of Art". I opted for the 24" x 36" black frame collage, it's very very nice, and heavy, as is the canvas. I am very pleased with the final product. Even though some of the pictures are quite old (yet still digital), the Collage came through with great clarity. I think I spent 48 hours straight looking through pictures, restoring, downloading, etc. In the end it will be time and money well spent."
"Great quality, light weight, pictures came clear. Overall an excellent gift!"
"Color and quality are excellent, I will definitely buy more canvas prints."
"My mom asked for a small print of my Eiffel Tower photo. Instead, I enlarged it on a canvas print which I'll give to her for Christmas. Perfect."
For months you have thought about trying out a photo canvas, placing it smack dab in the middle of your wall above your sofa, and now you are ready to get it done. However, before you choose an image and create a traditional piece, take a moment to consider a few creative options that can make an artistic statement in any room.
Sometimes simpler is stronger, and black and white canvas prints can have a big impact in a room. Create a list of house rules or compile important dates such as birthdays on a canvas. Choose a portrait that looks great in color but becomes downright striking when switched to black and white. For an understated piece that says a lot, create a framed monogramed print sans color.
Create a family tree with one large canvas print in the middle of a group portrait, then smaller individual canvases around it, with each featuring a respective family member. Add an extra touch by including names or birthdates to the canvases.
Is there a funny story that you associate with the image you wish to use? Perhaps a sentimental moment or even a song? Include those words on your photo canvas to capture the full experience.
Take a photo of that piece of artwork that a young family member has created and have it transferred to a canvas with our DIY option. Instead of hanging it lopsided on the front of the fridge with a magnet, you can display it prominently anywhere around your home in a decorative fashion.
Take time to find the style that works best for you and for the images you wish to display. Whether you wish to compile numerous photos into a collage poster or stick with a single frame, you can let your creative juices out to build a canvas that best reflects your style.