The most difficult thing about the whole process was deciding which picture I wanted to use---normally I would pick a picture of children, but decided to go with this race car picture. The only pictures we have of my husbands race car are snap shots that we took---so I decided to put one on canvas for him.
It was simple to design and didn't take a lot of time either. I'll walk you through the steps if you want to order one:
::Click the “Start your Upload” button
::Upload your photo using the browse or Facebook function
::Select you layout
::Select the size
::Then select your coating preference (uncoated, satin, matte), frame depth (.75” or 1.5”), bleed type (bleed, no bleed, mirror bleed, gallery look, and other effects). Please note that if you are unfamiliar with the terms “bleed” will take some of your image and use it to wrap around the stretcher bars so you’ll lose image on the front of the print. “Mirror bleed” will copy image from the edges of your photo and use that to wrap around the bars so you do not lose image on the front of the print.
::Follow the order process and input your shipping information.
It is that simple!
"Canvas 4 Life" was very prompt with their delivery too. I ordered mine and had it within a few days---not even a week had passed before I received my canvas!
With Father's Day approaching quickly, a canvas of your husband's or dad's favorite photo put on canvas will make for a great gift for Father's Day! Visit Canvas4life.com to get started with your gift today; plus use promo code FD2014c4Lytcs56 to get 25% off your order. Promo code is good through the end of June.
Disclosure: I was given the product featured in this post to facilitate my review. All opinions are 100% mine and not influenced in any way.