Photowall Canvas Print Review*

A few weeks ago, I was contacted by the lovely people at Photowall Sweden, asking if I'd like to review their canvas prints. And I asked myself 'Who the hell would say no to that?!' - of course I'd love that. Due to being super busy, I only got around to ordering it at the end of November or so, but I could not be happier.

Photowall have their own designs that you can order, and they also do wall murals. I wanted to go for something special and something that I could have as a nice memory for years and years, so I decided to upload my own photo of my parents and I. The process is very easy, and takes less than 2 minutes. I did make a slight mistake the first time around though. As I went for the option with the DIY frame, I should've checked the measurements. They only do them in 10s, so for example 60x40. My photo was 64xsomething and I didn't realise! Unfortunately neither did they, and the frame was too small and I couldn't put the photo up straight away. However, I emailed them and a replacement was sent to me almost immediately! Very annoyingly though, it was delivered to my neighbour who went away for three weeks, so I couldn't get my hand on it properly until after Christmas...

The package comes with the canvas, four slabs and some screws, and an information sheet explaining how to arrange your canvas. There are also a few hooks in case you'd like to hang it on the wall, but we decided that for now, we'll just put it on a shelf (we are hoping to move house soon, so it'll be hang up on the wall then!). The assembly itself is very easy.

  1. Place the canvas facing down on a smooth surface. 
  2. Arrange the slabs of wood on the back of the canvas to make sure that they fit.
  3. Peel off the sticky paper and stick onto the canvas. 
  4. Fold inside and attach the corner plate, and screw in the provided screws and voila! Your canvas is ready. It's honestly that easy. 

I am super impressed with Photowall, and their amazing service. Christine has been nothing but helpful in this whole process, and the Customer Service was fantastic too, when it came to changing the slabs. There are two more prints that I want to order for myself, and when I do I'll definitely be sharing them on my blog again, too. I think they make amazing gifts, whether it's a birthday gift, Christmas gift or an anniversary gift. They're not too expensive, but it shows that you've put thought into your gift, and it does make it that little bit special. 

Have you got any canvas prints yourself, or will you be picking one up from Photowall

PS: I'm not the crazy one obsessed with seals, my mum is!

*The product was gifted to me by Photowall, but all opinions are my own.

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