Review: Wallcreate

Any regular reader will know that I love canvases on the wall – we have quite a few now and love to update them every so often with new photos. Wallcreate gave us the chance to review one of their canvases and it was the perfect opportunity to get one made with a recent photograph of the four of us.

Review: Wallcreate Canvas and Giveaway!

The Wallcreate canvas arrived quickly and was well packaged.Β The canvas was made from a sturdy wood frame with thick canvas and was obviously well made. The canvas isn’t as thick as others we have had in the past but it would be great in smaller rooms or hallways as the slimmer depth makes it more flush with the wall. If you would like a deeper frame Wallcreate do have the choice of 2cm or 4cm depths with the thicker option being just slightly more expensive.

Review: Wallcreate Canvas and Giveaway!

Our canvas came complete with hooks attached to the back for easy hanging and the whole Wall Create service couldn’t be faulted. Wallcreate offer a range of affordable canvas prints of all shapes and sizes which would make a great gift or a lovely new focal point for any of your walls at home. Wallcreate even offer pop art prints and three panel canvas wall art to really make a statement.

Disclosure: We were sent the above product for the purpose of this review however all opinions are my own.

109 thoughts on “Review: Wallcreate

  1. A photo of my daughter and her dad, they were dancing together before her party, she’s three and got right up on her tippy toes to give him a kiss, luckily I captured it on camera, gorgeous photo of them together.

  2. I would put the photo taken of my husband and I holding hands as we stood at the end of the aisle when we got married. It signifies so much to me, we really are partners in crime πŸ™‚

  3. I have a beautiful photo of Lake Louise in Canada. The reflections of the mountains in the lake are just beautiful.

  4. my mum and dads wedding photo, as they have been married 50 years last year and dad has been diagnosed as terminally ill. so they wont get to 51. but it would be lovely for them both while he is still with us and fantastic memory for my mum afterward

  5. A photo of my husband and son sitting on a pebble beach with their backs to the camera throwing stones into the sea x

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