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I’m so excited to announce my first giveaway at Hello Little Home! I love photography, so when Printcopia offered to partner with me to give one of my readers an 8×10 photo canvas, I jumped at the opportunity.
Printcopia also provided me with an 8×10 photo canvas to review. For my canvas, I chose one of my favorite photos from a trip to Paris last November.
It was a rainy day, and we were doing a little shopping in one of Paris’ many passages couverts. These narrow, covered shopping arcades are so charming and are perfect for window shopping. My husband and I had just come into the passage to avoid a downpour. The shopper walking ahead of us was still carrying her umbrella, and I quickly snapped a picture. I love how the pattern of her umbrella mirrors the floor tiles!
The ordering process was very straightforward. Printcopia offers photo printing to canvas in all the standard sizes, and you can even choose a custom size for something unique. After choosing your canvas size, simply upload a photo from your computer. You can also use a photo from Instagram or Facebook – how cool is that?
Throughout the process, Printcopia offers many options to customize your canvas, such as 3 corner-wrapping options, 2 canvas thicknesses, different photo finishes, and even image retouching. I had edited my photo to have a sepia tint before I uploaded it, by you can get the same effect by choosing the sepia finish.
My finished canvas arrived promptly, and I am so happy with the result. The quality of the print is great, and it looks exactly how I expected. The wood frame is heavy and sturdy, the corners are neat, and I just love the way the photo wraps around the edges of the print.
It’s so nice to have a visual memory of our trip. I had a lot of fun styling the print with my vintage cameras, too!
In addition to photo canvases, Printcopia also offers photo prints (I can’t wait to order some of my Instagram prints!), acrylic prints with a simple and modern finish, framed prints, panoramic prints (perfect for all those iPhone panoramas which are so fun to take!), and even wall decals.
Here’s the best part! You can enter a giveaway to win your own 8×10 photo canvas. The best part is that even if you do not win, Printcopia will still send you a 60% off coupon just for entering!
The 8×10 photo canvas giveaway runs from today through Monday, July 22. Don’t wait, enter today!
Disclosure: Printcopia provided me with a free 8×10 photo canvas to review for this post. I did not receive any compensation from Printcopia, and all opinions are my own.