Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Pears in Print


A few weeks ago the nice people over at Easy Canvas Prints contacted me to see if I would be interested in having one of the photographs on my blog made into an 8x10-inch canvas print. Why yes, Easy Canvas Prints, I would love to sample your product. Of course, I told them I couldn't guarantee a positive review. Just an honest one.



Thankfully, the canvas print I recieved of my pears with peanut butter and cinnamon exceeded my expectations and makes a beautiful, colorful addition to my mantle. My mom, who dabbles in photography, has used canvas printing many times, so I know how bad things can go when enlarging photos and stretching the canvas over a wood frame.

My photo was all to-scale, the color was true to the original and the process for putting together my print was unbelievably easy. Another bonus was the fact that the print arrived within a few days of ordering it. I always appreciate when shipping is prompt since I'm about as impatient as can be.

Thanks, Easy Canvas Prints! My apartment looks a little brighter thanks to you.

Madison

11 comments:

Lauren at Keep It Sweet said...

What a wonderful idea! I love that you chose something with peanut butter:-)

DessertForTwo said...

It's like you're a mind-reader or something, Madison! I have been looking for something like this! I can't wait to get started with my own photos. These make great gifts for mother's and father's day.

Thanks again :)

Megan said...

It does look great! Perfect for in the kitchen :)

Jesse said...

what a cool idea, print turned out great:)

Natalie said...

this is beautiful...and awesome! I'm hoping to print some food pics for my new kitchen! :)

Rachel @ The Avid Appetite said...

What a fantastic idea! And a gorgeous photo to boot. Thanks for sharing!

Jessica said...

I LOVE this idea! I am moving soon, and will finally have a mantle again, so I may need to do this with a photo or two. Thanks for sharing!

Jessica

Katie said...

cool!

Anonymous said...

Where did you get that black shelf the picture is sitting on? I'm looking for something thick and bold like that too...

Madison Mayberry said...

Anonymous -

I actually was lucky enough to have a handy family friend make the shelf for me! But the inspiration came from a shelf my mom was admiring from Room and Board!

Hope that helps!
Madison

motherrimmy said...

Very cool idea. What fun to have a picture made from a blog post.

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