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A couple of weeks ago, I was contacted by Easy Canvas Prints asking if I’d like to review their product in exchange for using their service to order one free print.  As you may have noticed, I rarely do reviews on Budgeting in the Fun Stuff since they are more time consuming than my normal posts and I usually don’t want whatever item I am being asked to review.  But I had already seen an ad or two for Easy Canvas Prints and was intrigued.  Here is my honest review of their website service and product.

My Picture

As you will see below, I selected an image of a flower bouquet that Mr. BFS surprised me with a few years ago.  He pops up with flowers once or twice a year for no reason at all, which is fantastic to me, but this bouquet was by far my favorite ever.  I love whatever type of Lily that is!  It’s just gorgeous!

Ordering the Print

As I was saying, ordering the print was extremely easy in my opinion, which is the most important aspect of any site for me.  Once I downloaded the photo, selected what size of canvas I wanted, selected the edge option, and selected the depth of the frame, I adjusted the placement of the image and added it to my cart.  It was a very simple process that the software walks you through step-by-step. 

I personally liked how interactive it was – as I was choosing what part of my picture to zoom in on, the program would automatically recreate the image so I could see how it would look.  It seemed a little too hair-trigger, but it ended up helping me figure out exactly how to center my picture and how much I should zoom in to get the best out of the colors.

Three days after I ordered it, it came VERY well packaged to my door.  I was impressed with how they protect their canvases!  Only truly horrific delivery circumstances would ever be able to damage the prints since they are packed dead-center of a bigger box.  No part of the canvas touched a part of the box that could be damaged.  When you are talking about paying good money for what amounts to art, I appreciate it when packaging is taken into account.

End Result

As you can see below, my picture was turned into a very nice canvas print.  Mr. BFS was kind enough to hang it above my new blogging desk while I was still at work, so it was a surprise when I walked in!  A very pretty surprise at that!  Here’s how it looks on my wall:

Ignore the glare, lol.

Here is a close-up. Isn't it pretty?!

I went with the 16" x 20" size and 1.5" edge in black.

Price-wise, it looked like Easy Canvas Prints would be an affordable way to create a really great gift or artwork set for your home, but I personally will not be able to splurge on them more than once or twice a year.  The one I ordered, a 16″ x 20″ with a 1.5″ black edge, is currently running about $90 total and the 8″ x 10″ ones with 3/4 inch edges are about $35.  Keep in mind that they seem to be having a 25% off sale right now, so those prices may be higher in the future. 

Overall, I am impressed and would honestly suggest this site to family and friends like you as a once in a while indulgence.  I may be ordering two additional 8″ x 10″ ones with more bright colors soon just to finish off the wall above my desk…

What do you think?  Have you ever considered having a photo turned into a print?