Dec 11

Review: Collage.com Photo Canvas

A photo canvas is another great customized product from collage.com.

Photo canvas

Collage.com is easy to use to make customized photo items. Gina’s Library of Reviews is happy to bring you this review for their photo canvas.

My Thoughts about the Photo Canvas:

I recently reviewed a photo blanket from collage.com, I love their products. This is a gift for my mom for Christmas. My daughter is her grandchild and her pride and joy. I used the same pictures I used on the photo blanket.

This is a museum quality canvas that has a special scratch resistant coating. It’s wrapped around a think internal frame. I love that you can hang it up immediately without any prepping. You can use your own pictures from either your computer, facebook, or instagram. 

Here are some product details:

  • Soft matte surface reduces reflection and adds depth to your collage
  • Tightly wrapped on a 1.25″ thick internal frame (0.5″ thick for 5″x7″ and 8″x10″) with no staples, ensuring the collage never stretches or bulges
  • 5″x7″ and 8″x10″ canvases come with easel backs for free-standing display
  • Premium texture
  • Ready-to-hang solid finished backing
  • Eight-color inkjet printing
  • Finished with a clear acrylic coating that provides as a scratch-resistant protective layer with a satin luster
  • Optional black floating frame available

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To learn more about the photo canvas or to purchase your own, check them out on their website.

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Hi, I’m Gina and owner of this blog. I'm married with numerous nieces and a nephews. I live in the Pittsburgh PA area. To work with me for a review for you, contact me at: gina@ginaslibrary.info

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