Printcopia Gorgeous Personalized Art #giveaway
I have so many digital photos and lasting memories of all the trips my family has taken together. But, as is often the case, with Moms, I am rarely in any of those shots. I am all too often behind the lens. Luckily, on our last trip to the Dominican, I was able to ask another tourist on our last day to capture a shot of my whole family. I was toying with the idea of putting this on our Christmas card when Printcopia asked if I wanted to do a review and offer my readers a giveaway.
If you aren’t familiar with Printcopia, then just let me tell you this: their range of products is extensive: from wall decals, to custom canvas prints, and acrylics. I opted for a canvas print of our vacation. It was easy to create and the colours are true, replicated well from the digital photo I uploaded. The print was prepared quickly and arrived within a two week timeframe. Costs are comparable to other services I have reviewed here.
Printcopia allows you to turn your Facebook and Instagram photos into custom art easily. You can print directly from your social networks. There are also options to print basic photos, custom photos, decals, panoramics, and framed prints. Shipping is fast and free. You can choose a variety of options, sizes and styles. For more information about printcopia, visit their web site http://www.printcopia.com/ and follow them on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/printcopia/
Printcopia is easily worth a $$$$ out of $$$$$. To me this is quality work and timely service. It was simple to execute. Maybe the tiniest bit too simple actually. The photo stretched over the canvas to fit nicely, but I might have centred the shot a bit better or repositioned slightly if I realized the lower part of our picture was being wrapped around the side and was not actually visible. Some other services flag your prints when that happens and give you the option to alter your piece. On the one hand I appreciated how incredibly easy this was, and that, there weren’t any glitchy things at end that frustrated me. But I wouldn’t have minded that notice for this particular issue.
And now for your chance to win a canvas print (ARV $50) follow the instructions below. Good luck!
Disclosure: I received a canvas print in order to facilitate this review. My opinion is all my own.