Thursday, April 16, 2015

CanvasPop Canvas Photo Print - Review, Discount Code, and Giveaway

I received a free product from CanvasPop. All opinions expressed in this post are my own. 

I love taking pictures with both my camera and my cell phone. That being said, I'm the world's worst about ever actually doing anything with those photos. Sadly, they usually end up staying on my memory card never seeing the light of day.

That's why I was super excited when I received an invitation to try out CanvasPop - an online store specializing in high quality canvas photo prints. This would be the perfect opportunity to take one of my own photos and make it into something special.

Last year, I took a trip to Ireland. The trip meant a lot to me because I not only got to visit beautiful Ireland for the first time, but I got to take the trip with my teenage daughter, my sister, and my 76 year old mother. It was definitely a once-in-a-lifetime trip.

As you can imagine, I took tons of pictures while in Ireland. I decided to choose one of those and have it made into a 16"x20" printed canvas. It turned out beautifully and I can't wait for you to see it. But first, let me tell you just a bit about CanvasPop...

CanvasPop is the web's #1 choice for quality canvas printing and framed prints. They offer unbeatable customer service and their products are proudly crafted in America. Ordering is very quick and easy. First, choose an image from you computer (almost any size or resolution works and you can even upload from Instagram or Facebook). Then, customize by deciding on size, framing options, and optional filters and effects. After that, the folks at CanvasPop take care of the rest. In just a short turnaround time, you will receive a free digital proof of your design. Once you approve it, your order will soon be on its way. It really doesn't get any easier than that!

Now, back to my design. I was impressed at how quickly I received my order and how carefully it was packaged.

I chose a photo from an old Irish cemetery that we visited. It contained grave sites dating back to the mid 1800's of people who died during the Great Famine. The canvas is amazing! The image is so vivid and the colors really pop. The mist hovering in the background at the skyline looks so is beautiful. I'm an amateur photographer at best but this piece truly looks like a work of art. I can't wait to find just the perfect spot for it in my home.

Thanks to CanvasPop for generously offering my readers a discount code and a chance to win a free Canvas Print of their own. Keep reading for details...

Discount Code:
From now until June 30, 2015, you can save 35% off your order with CanvasPop. Use code ALAS35 to receive this discount.

CanvasPop is also offering a giveaway for my readers. One lucky winner will receive a free 16"x20" canvas print with a 0.75 inch frame and free standard shipping. Winner must redeem by June 30, 2016.

*This giveaway is open to residents of the U.S. and Canada who are 18 or older. One random winner will be selected from all eligible entries. Please make sure I have valid contact information for you in case you are the winner. Winner must respond within 48 hours or a new winner will be chosen.

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Maria Malaveci said...

A picture of my daughter where she captured a Butterfly!

618mom said...

We just had familypics done last weekend andI would use one of those.

Jessica Y. said...

I would use a family Christmas picture to turn into a canvas!

Katie | said...

I would love to use a super cute portrait that I took my of niece on Easter day!

Darci said...

A picture of my boyfriend and I

Beth said...

I have a very nice family photo that I would use.

Rebecca Orr said...

I would do a photo of my three kids. Thanks for the chance.

Angela Saver said...

I would use our family photo from our vacation in South Dakota last summer!