I am a big fan of displaying family photographs in our home, and we have multiple canvas prints on our walls. I was recently given a chance to try out the new HD Metal Prints from Posterjack, and I was excited to place my order.

The Posterjack HD Metal Print is a premium Metal Print created by using Dye Sublimation Printers, a heat press and Chromaluxe Metal Panels. The result is a finished product that features vivid colours in a glossy and durable surface.

For the HD Metal Prints, I picked two of my favourite photos taken recently, one of the boys and I during one of our hikes and the other one of my youngest and my husband in front of a mural in Main St. I used the Posterjack website to upload, crop and customize the photos and sent in my order. The uploading/ordering process was very simple, and it took just a few minutes. I like that you can even upload and order your prints directly from your mobile phone.

About a week after placing my order I received my prints safely wrapped and packaged to avoid any damage during shipping. For both prints, I ordered the float mount hanging system and the prints came ready to hang out of the box. There is an extra cost for the mount, but it is worth it if you want to hang your photos on your walls right away.

Pressing the image onto the Metal Panel shifts the background colour slightly yellow, so expect the colours to be a bit different than when you are printing on canvas or a paper surface. Still, the colours are vibrant, and the print quality is very high.

I have been admiring the HD Metal Prints on our wall, and I am thinking of ordering a couple of new prints for our family. In general, I love the look of the Metal Prints; they are glossy, thin and super shiny and durable.  If you want to place an order you can visit their website here; they also offer regular Metal Prints, Canvas Prints, Poster Prints and more!


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