Since the kids were born, I’ve collected a canvas of each of them throughout the years and placed it in the hallway. It wasn’t really a conscious decision I made when I started. I began working with Easy Canvas Prints on reviewing their products back in 2011 when little C. was about two, and from then on, I became obsessed.
The process of creating a priceless (well, they cost money, but you know what I mean – priceless memory!), high-quality piece of artwork that I would be able to have and hold forever, was so EASY. And it turned out to be one of my absolute fav traditions to date. I now have a hallway full of wonderful portraits and memories of my littles. And it only took me a few minutes to put together online! Love that.
Perfect for Mother’s Day
I must admit, I began slacking with little L., so this year it’s all about her – and I’m going to order my first group shot of the kids together (swoon). That will make it a whopping six amazing canvases in my hallway. I can’t wait! It’s a wonderful Mother’s Day present, if you’re looking for something this week (Happy Mother’s Day to moi!).
Right now I’m in the process of choosing which photos – that’s always the hardest part. The rest of the ordering is very simple. It’s all online and you can see a visual of the size you choose with the photo and everything. I usually go with a nice 16×20 vertical canvas (and while they offer different edging, I love the way the thicker option looks!).
An Offer For You
So to pass on my love for Easy Canvas Prints this Mother’s Day, I’m offering YOU a 16×20 for just $24.99 (includes regular shipping). Just enter code IHEARTHEELS17. That’s an AMAZING deal because these beautiful things can get pricey. You can still get it shipped rush or expedited if you order now (for a fee), and you’ll have it just in time for the special day this Sunday! If you don’t need it delivered by Sunday, but still want the print ordered, you can get free shipping with your order. Might as well? Trust me when I say you’ll love it forever. I still walk down my hallway, glancing at my canvases nearly every day. Life. Is. Good.