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Photo Art People Photo Canvas is THE PERFECT Gift #HHEvent

Starting November 14th, we will be hosting the Home for the Holidays Giveaway Blog Hop with lots of holiday and home goodness! Find out about some great gift ideas to make yourself and some neat things for your home during the season. Each of the 30+ blogs participating will be hosting a giveaway that you can enter. Here at Artsy Chaos, we are beyond thrilled to have Photo Art People as a sponsor for the event.

A photo canvas is the perfect gift for so many people on our gift giving list we cannot wait to share this amazing company with you! Every year, I try to put a lot of thought into the gifts that I give and it's not always easy. It is just so much more meaningful (in my opinion) to give a gift that has true sentiment behind it. I remember reading once that if you make something with real love, it will shine through every time. Picking out a photo, a memory, a moment in time, can really be the perfect gift when made into personalized photo canvas gifts.

Photo Art People is a company which not only makes photo canvases but carefully specializes in them. They can help you be creative. Want a sepia tone in your photo? They can do that. Need help editing the colors or maybe removing red eye? They can do that too. Or maybe you'd like to turn a family heirloom photo into a canvas. Photo Art People can work with regular photos and old photos too, not just digital ones. What we found extraordinary is the time they take to find the best part of the photo to turn your snapshot into a real piece of memory art. Hey, they also make custom sizes too so nothing is out of the question!

We were so excited to be able to review a 16x20 canvas print. It wasn't too difficult to pick out a photo since the hard drive that contained all of my digital photos died a few months ago, taking my photos with it. Insert sad face and tears here. After selecting the photo, we sent it off and waited for the magic. We were informed that our photo had too much yellow/green in it so that was corrected as much as possible as well as evening out some of the skin on my beautiful teens' faces. Let me tell you, it did not take long at all from the time the photo was sent until we received a very lovely canvas in the mail. I could not have been more pleased with the customer service, the quick and safe shipping, and the final product. 

Our canvas has a new home in our entry way on the wall of photos and it fits in perfectly. I would not hesitate to order another from Photo Art People for Christmas photo gifts.

Now, you must be sure to come back on November 14th to enter to win a photo canvas of your very own from Photo Art People! You don't want to miss it!

And in the meantime, check out Photo Art People and the amazing promo that they are offering. Right now, you can use code "2for1" and get a second identical canvas FREE when you buy the first at full price. FREE!! This is an amazing deal for the grandparents on your gift list!

We have also been authorized to offer another amazing discount only for Artsy Chaos readers! Use code WRedfe30 for 30% off a single canvas!!
*One code per order. It cannot be used in combination with any other discount code. Code should be used at checkout on and when “update total” is clicked the discounted price is calculated before charging.

We received a sample from to facilitate this review. No monetary compensation was received. All opinions are those of the editors and owner of Artsy Chaos. 


Alisha L. said…
What a wonderful gift indeed! I would love one of these of my baby to display. And Buy One Get One Free, WOWZA great deal.
Melissa S. said…
Awesome gift! I have one that I purchased a few years ago, and I still love it! Oh, and I am totally jealous of your photo wall...I've been wanting to do one for years but can't find a letter that I like that is big enough:(
Addie said…
Talk about a "photo wall" of my friends has 20 canvas prints up on their wall...from their marriage 5 years ago to their baby photos and toddlers. People always comment on it when they walk in
Denise Baham said…
Great gifts guys!!! Wish me luck.
cristmae said…
Thank you for posting this it inspires me as always.Your so kind in posting this information for newbies like myself.EPSON Premium Glossy Photo Paper

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