Photo canvas from Snapfish video review

Holly Treasure in lavender

I am constantly taking photographs; granted it’s part of my job and is a necessity but I mostly keep a visual record of our lives because I love it. Looking back on all the photographs and reminiscing, well, that’s the best bit, isn’t it?

There are thousands of photographs stored on my laptop, but not nearly enough printed out, to hold in my hands, or to look at as I pass them in the hallway. When Snapfish asked me if I’d like to work on a video campaign with them, my first thought was ‘photo canvas’. Having just moved into our forever home, I want to adorn the walls with beautiful pictures of my family so this was the perfect opportunity to showcase one of my favourite photographs.

When my ‘Museum Wrap’ photo canvas print arrived I was delighted with the print quality. It is absolutely immaculate, no pixelation, all the lovely contrast in the photograph translating exactly as it should be but on canvass. It’s well made and will look perfect once the terrible wallpaper has been replaced it can take pride of place, somewhere prominent so I can enjoy it.

Museum Wrap Canvas (solid wrap) details:

  • Choose from 5 sizes
  • Portrait, landscape, or square orientation available
  • Available with solid wrapped edges or sophisticated gallery-wrapped photo edges
  • Professionally printed photos on canvas produced with a satin finish
  • Printed with eco-solvent pigment ink
  • Constructed by hand in the UK
  • Wrapped around solid wood stretcher bar which has a 1.5″ frame depth
  • Delivered with an easy to use hanging kit
  • Prices from £29.99

There are lots of others to chose from, in fact, there is loads of really cool stuff on the Snapfish website, from photo books to photo mugs and lots more. The price point is spot on and I can not fault the quality, so they come highly recommended from me. Have a look at the video I made showing how the canvass looks in real life!

NB. I guessed the wrong size when I filmed the video! The actual size I ordered was 16X12’’ 

*I received the canvas for free from Snapfish in exchange for a review

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