As a Mother and a Blogger, you can bet that I am big on capturing the perfect photograph of my family. I love taking pictures and changing up the photos that we have displayed around our home.

Canvas Factory is an online printing service that offers a wide variety of products at very competitive prices – The best prices I’ve seen so far!

Creating your product, in my case, a canvas print was easy and quick. All I had to do was select, “Create a Canvas”, pick your material of choice, select your style, upload your photo via your computer, social networking profiles or even choose a photograph from their gallery, edit your photo and click order. It is straight forward, very easy to navigate and did I mention, a super fast process. It took me less than 5 minutes to place my order which, from my experience is quite rare since many of the sites I’ve ordered through can get a little complicated and at times, overwhelming.

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Upon receiving my canvas print, I was incredibly impressed with how quickly the products turn around time was – It took less than a week! My order was packed well and with care as plastic wrap encased the entire canvas and protectors were placed on each corner, making sure that it was not damaged during delivery.

The print itself was of great quality and looked absolutely beautiful. I chose a shot that I took using my smartphone of my husband and our children and gifted it to him for Father’s Day. It now sits in our living room, which we all get to enjoy every day.

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I highly recommend using Canvas Factory for all of your canvas printing needs for their dedication to customer service, providing the best quality product and insanely speedy turn around time.

Canvas Factory Review + Giveaway



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Disclosure: This is a partnered post with Canvas Factory. However, all opinions and views on this post are 100% my own.