Relive Favourite Travel Memories with a Photo Canvas

The Canada – US border may still be closed but I am reminded daily of my travel adventures every time I look at my new photo canvas from Photowall. While it seems like forever since we’ve been able to travel, fly or road trip, my memories of trips we’ve taken are still fresh.

This post was sponsored by Photowall, which means I received product or compensation for the content. My opinion is honest and truthful.

My memories of the incredible adventures we have had over the years are still strong. Some days more than others, and occasionally during this pandemic I have needed a little more inspiration to get through the tough days. It can be hard to even imagine travel again. Sometimes I’ve relived memories by making recipes that remind me of our trips, watching movies set in the destinations we’ve visited, and rereading travel stories.

But photos and images have a way of rekindling that love of travel.

These days I am reliving our many fun trips to the US through the newest piece I have added to my family photo wall.

Making Memories and Dreaming Again

Photo Wall makes creating a memorable focal point easy in any room. With custom wall paper, art, posters and canvases, there are a lot of ways that you can build your own personal photo canvas. This service, Photowall, is one that I have found recently and I love it. Stay tuned for a discount code to save 25 % off your own unique print, canvas, poster or wall paper.

Easy to Make Photo Canvas

The hardest part of making this piece of artwork was choosing the pattern or the print from all of the options available. Loved the idea of custom wall paper and briefly contemplated it, but ultimately I really wanted another canvas for my basement or my office. Right now, we have a gallery wall in the basement, which is our media room and the place where we love to chill at night.

Wall paper, prints, canvases and posters are all arranged according to themes and colours. If you want a contemporary look you can easily find one at Photowall. Need art for your child’s bedroom or playroom? No problem. There are dozens of sweet prints and canvases. You could even wallpaper the nursery walls easily with these whimsical options, plus shipping is free and wallpaper paste comes with the orders.

Rustic stone walls, your favourite sport, images of the solar system or emerald green forests. From shades of rust red, ocean blue and taxicab yellow, there are all the tones possible in the rainbow. Graphic, abstract or why not a texture? The canvas gallery includes thousands of hand-picked motifs to choose from when styling your walls.


Frame or No?

You can opt for a frame or no frame. The frame comes unassembled and while I was initially a bit skeptical about that, the piece came with clear instructions and was easy to assemble. I was short on time so my husband put it together for me quickly and offered to hang it.


Dreaming of Travel Again

I love how our photo canvas turned out but what’s better than that? Frankly, the colours in the USA map cheer me up and get me dreaming again ever so slightly. When I look at this canvas it reminds me of all of the states we have visited over the years and the many adventures we have had in Alabama, Vermont, Montana, New York and Maine.

Discount for my Readers

Exclusive to Thrifty Mommas Tips Readers, you can save 25 % off your own custom photo canvas, wallpaper or framed print with this code: thriftymommastips25, valid until the 5th of July 2021.

Just visit the Photowall site, pick out your piece and plug in the thriftymommastips25 code.

Mom of two beautiful active girls, traveller, fitness junkie, social media consultant, and keeper of the sanity.

One Comment

  • Emily Lynkyte

    This is such a wonderful idea for treasuring travel memories through photo canvases! Thank you very much for this blog post. I’ll definitely make something similar.