Printique Canvas Review.

I recently placed an order with Printique, for an 8 X 10 canvas print for my mom.  She loves it.  It’s an early Easter gift, and she already hung it up, and said how much she adores it.  It’s a picture of her grandkids.  She was so excited when I gave her the picture.  And, it was so inexpensive. Printique has so many products to choose from, that you can’t choose just one. For example, photo books, prints, canvas prints, etc.  Take a look at their site to see all of their goodness. Shipping was so quick.  It was so much sooner than they quoted. Which was so great. These Canvas Prints are a delight. The also have calendars.  I bet they are just as fabulous as the prints.  I love making calendars for friends and family. Connect With Printique:     Shop     | Disclaimer: This product was received from the Company for review purposes only. All thoughts and words in this post are my own and I was not paid to endorse it. I am only voicing my opinion about this product.

I Live For Canvas On Demand!
2017 Holiday Gift Guide , Reviews / November 26, 2017

Canvas On Demand is a great company to order your Custom Canvas Prints from.  I received mine the other day, and I must say I am most pleased.  My 20 year old, daughter, and 6 year old, son, look fabulous.  The picture turned out better than I had hoped, on the enlarged Canvas. You can even get Canvas to color.  I forgot to order mine, but I’m sure it would’ve been great.  I love Canvas On Demand, and know how well our Canvas Picture turned out.  I’ve never been more pleased with a canvas photo.  The pixels are perfect, the backing is wonderful, and the canvas is superb!  I want to keep it, but I actually had it made for my mom, whose birthday is Christmas Eve. Whether you need one picture, or multiples, I would definitely suggest Canvas On Demand.  The photo is so clear, and the colors are so bold.  I love it.  My kids both wore red, that’s why I say the colors are bold.  They turned out just as I had hoped. About Canvas On Demand: Do You Wonder What You’re Doing Here? Why do website visitors go to an “about us” page? That’s the question…