Friday, 15 March 2013

HelloCanvas Review

I've always wanted a picture from our first holiday as a family of four, blown up on a canvas. The picture is so peaceful it was a magical moment to watch the children so calm playing together on the beach.

I've hesitated having it put on to a canvas after I had an awful experience with two canvas ordered for my mom from a massive company two years ago. it gave me so much stress and upset that I just haven't had the confidence to do it.

So this is where HelloCanvas come in, I've heard vaguely of hello canvas and everything so far has been good. HelloCanvas was founded in 2004 and is the largest canvas prints website in the United Kingdom and throughout Europe! 

I knew straight away which photo wanted to be blown up on to a canvas, I sent my details and picture over and the canvas was dispatched the next day. Canvases come in an array of sizes to suit every budget. They can be printed in colour, sepia, or black and white. 

There frames are 1.2 inches deep and there canvas is made from 100% cotton. They print using the most advanced printing techniques that exist today and there inks are UV resistant therefore never fade in the sun. During their shipping process they wrap canvas prints with a protective foil and pack them in a sturdy custom cardboard shipping box. As a result, damage during transportation is reduced to a minimum. 

My canvas came packed great it was a long bigger than I expected  (size 20 x 28 inch/50 x 70 cm) and its perfect, great quality and looks gorgeous I am over the moon with it. Only bug for me was no fixtures was with it to hang it up. I think I would recommend hello canvas to everyone I see now. 

Prices start from £13 and go up to £89.

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