This post about cheap canvas prints and photo decor was brought to you by Canvas Champ, who provided the sample product to facilitate my review. All opinions are my own and 100% honest.
If you’re anything like me, you might have thousands of photos on your laptop, iPad or smartphone, just waiting to be showcased. You’ve got plans. You’ll get to it someday, when you have some extra money in the budget. Well, that day is now, because I have the secret to great quality photo decor at prices better than I ever thought possible!
Canvas prints made from your personal photos, starting at $10? Yup. You can get them at Canvas Champ, along with metal prints, acrylic prints, photo boards and a lot more. I sent them a recent photo to have a 12″x8″ wrapped canvas made, and I was blown away by the service. To be honest, the low prices had me expecting a mediocre product at best. BUT, not only did it arrive with record speed, but it’s the nicest canvas we have!
I have it on my office shelf for now (we’re painting this spring and plan to create our “family wall” then.)
As soon as I took our canvas out of the box, I could tell that it was different from our others. The corners were really tightly wrapped, it felt super sturdy, and there was no transparency to the canvas itself. There’s a board behind the canvas that keeps the light from shining through, and I think it makes a huge difference. Hardware for hanging is also included.
And the perks don’t stop there. Canvas Champ takes Paypal, allows you to upload from Facebook or Instagram, and offers free shipping over $100, a 100% quality guarantee AND a lowest price guarantee. I’m completely sold, especially since I want a wall of different sizes and varying materials. Canvas Champ has them all! Once I plan my whole display, I can get them all in one place and they’ll ship free!
Hanging a photo of myself on the wall is not something I would normally ever do, but I just love this one so much, and it was taken by a talented photographer friend. Plus, it’s important for our kids to have these memories. Mom has to come out from behind the camera once in a while, don’t you think?