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GIVEAWAY: 8"x10" Easy Canvas Print! (US) -CLOSED-

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If you have a picture that you would like to put on a canvas, Easy Canvas Prints really is an easy way to do it.  You first choose your size, upload your image, select the border, and then even add image & color effects if you want.


We went to San Diego a few months ago and went to the Salk Institute.   I decided to make this picture into my canvas.  It turned out perfect!!  We love it!
Can you see the hand glider in the distance?  You can on the canvas :)

For the life of me I could not take a picture of the canvas on my wall that did it justice.  It basically looks exactly like the picture above, just shinier :):)  And I chose a wrap around border, instead of the mirror image.


Finding the picture was the hardest part.  Once I was ready to upload it at Easy Canvas Prints it took me less than 5 minutes.  And I received it fast too!  I highly recommend Easy Canvas Prints for their great customer service and high quality.

Easy Canvas Prints is giving away an 8"x10" Canvas!
contiguous US only

Here's how to win:

2. Please fill out the form below

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Giveaway will end Thursday, July 28th at midnight MST.  Winners will be chosen by Random.org.  I was a canvas to review, no other compensation was received.  All opinions are my own.  Email addresses will be deleted after giveaway.  Your privacy is important. Contiguous US residents only.

Comments

Amanda W said…
By chance do you mean that the giveaway end July 28th? Just checking.
One Happy Mom said…
I just saw that this post says the contest will end JUNE 28th did you mean JULY 28th????
Yes I meant July..lol Thank you!!!!!!!!!!
jasongonce001 said…
Hello..
Is anyone can participate in this contest? Because i really love canvas printing.
Yep! Any adult in the US :)

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