Wednesday, 21 July 2010

Bringing photos to (canvas) life

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After a truly crappy and very long day at work yesterday (those on Twitter will have a better insight - suffice to say it was mind-numbingly tedious and reminiscent of watching paint dry), I returned home to a wonderful surprise.

Those lovely people at Canvas Dezign sent me a beautiful canvas print of one of my favourite photos of Blossom. I don't tend to gush over such things, but believe me when I say I was blown away. It is stunning.
Just to give you an idea, here's the photo (and yes I am making an exception here, but it is not a recent one):

With over 10 years experience, Canvas Dezign are the UK's longest established canvas printer, specialising in transferring photos and pictures on to canvas. Their prints are produced using 100% pure cotton canvas and are then personally hand stretched over a solid anti-warping pine frame.

The results speak for themselves. I am delighted to recommend them - the links are above or there is a badge on the right hand side panel. Oh, and very good prices too, with numerous monthly discount offers if that is not tempting enough.

Just ask for Kath or Conrad. Tell them I sent you. And remember the funny handshake.

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