Photo Canvas – a review

bags of love

There, what do you think? This happens to be the favourite of all my favourite Jay Mountford photographs taken back on 9th March at the Little Hermitage in Kent.

I was contacted back in April asking if I’d like to review a canvas and service of Bags of Love, the personalised gift company and this is it.

I am over the moon with the finished product and have displayed it in the hallway so every time I enter the door it reminds me of how happy I was that day surrounded by all our family and friends.

Sometimes life can get tricky, work can overtake and we tend to forget those moments where we truly were over the moon; hanging a treasured photo can do the trick of jolting your memory and finding the positive in life, remembering why you go to all the troubles you do. It works for me.

I’d say I was clearly out of the honeymoon phase now but when I look at this I smile and I’m back in that place, that day.

It was incredibly easy to order, a case of uploading your photo, choosing your canvas size; I chose an extra wrap around so as not to lose any of the picture and I also had Little Hermitage 9th March written on the back which I think is an excellent touch.

Once in the basket, the time to make my order up and deliver it was next to nothing, I wish I could say the same for me getting around to writing my review!

So if there is a photo you’ve taken that you’d like to treasure I would definitely get it made up into a canvas and display it proudly on the wall.

For more information see for your self on Photo Canvas

Disclosure: I was offered a canvas of one of my photos in return for this article all thoughts on the product are mine

3 Comments

  1. May 25, 2013 / 7:07 AM

    What a beautiful photo – you look amazing! (Congratulations by the way I remember wishing you luck but don’t think I’ve congratulated you yet!) xx

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