Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Printcopia Review and Giveaway

With the help of random.org, our lucky winner is #15 which is rearick7958.  I'll be sending you an email tonight to get your info to send to Printcopia.  Thank you to everyone who entered and congratulations to our winner.

I love surprises.  I especially love them when they are unexpected.  I came home from work one day to an email from Allison at Printcopia about doing a review and giveaway of a canvas print.  If you read this blog at all, you know this offer is right up my alley.  Of course, I said yes.

I emailed Allison and in no time at all, I had a code for a free 8x10 canvas print.  Now came the really hard part.  How do I choose a picture for a canvas print from the 1000's and 1000's of pictures I have?  It took me awhile, but I finally decided on a family picture from our vacation at the lake this summer.

I went to www.printcopia.com and entered my code and completed the process of making my canvas print.  It was simple as simple could be.  In what seemed like only days, I had my canvas print and it was beautiful.  I loved it and so has everyone who has seen it since.  It is hanging proudly in my family room.  Printcopia also print canvas photos, acrylic prints, panoramic photos, and so much more.

Here is the part where I apologize for not having a picture of my canvas here to show you.  I tried and tried to get a good shot of it, but I couldn't do it justice.  If I got it so there wasn't a glare, the colors were all wrong.  If I got the colors right, there was a glare.  You'll just have to take my word for it.  My canvas print is beautiful. 

Printcopia has sister sites that work much the same as the canvas print site.  They do car magnets, custom banners and cheap signs

Now comes the fun part.  Allison gave me an 8x10 canvas print for one of you to win.  To enter, leave me a comment telling what picture you would turn into a canvas print.  This is mandatory.  For extra entries, become a follower of this blog, follow me on Facebook and post about the giveaway.  Follow me on Twitter and tweet about the giveaway.  That's three extra entries.  Please leave a seperate comment for each entry and be sure to leave me an email to reach you,  if you win.  I will pick a winner using random.org on the evening of December 7.  Best of luck.

   I received a canvas print to review.   All opinions are my own.

18 comments:

  1. I want so badly to 'canvas' one of my cherry blossom pictures. I love them & have taken pics in DC, Vancouver, anywhere I see them.

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  2. Following on twitter (sadly, I'm not on FB!)

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  4. jay has a gorgeous picture of the national park in the fall that i'd love to hang in our house!

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  5. i would get an engagement photo of ours developed on a canvas
    daniellex at gmail dot com

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  6. I have to pick a picture NOW?! Probably one of the kids.

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    1. No, not now. Just wondering what you might pick!

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  7. I already follow you on twitter!

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  8. I'd use a vacation pic.

    hewella1 at gmail dot com.

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  9. I'm a follower.

    hewella1 at gmail dot com

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  10. I just got my engagement photos taken, so you can guess what I would use on my canvas. :)
    allisontb at gmail dot com

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  11. I became a follower of the blog on google friend connect.

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  12. I'd use a photo of my step-daughter in her homecoming dress to turn into a canvas print. Thanks.
    partymix25(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  13. One of my son who just turned 1! I would gift it to my Mom for Christmas!
    rebatink at gmail dot com

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  14. A picture of the kids with the kitten.
    rearick at comcast dot net

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