YouFrame Canvas Photo Wraps 3-Pack Giveaway ($29.99 ARV)

By Randi
In Around the House
February 18, 2013
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As a parent in today’s world, I am self-described as “camera happy.” Whether it is with my cell phone, my fits-in-my-back-pocket camera, or my DSLR, I am constantly taking photographs. Unfortunately, however, most of those pictures tend to live forever within my computer’s hard drive and only see the light of day on my days of reminiscing. While it may be true that I, very likely, have entirely too many photos to ever find space for in our home, the current costs of printing has a lot to do with it. As an amateur photographer, I have also developed an eye for great photographs, both, in camera and in print. This is also a large factor when it comes to having photos printed because “okay” is something that will not do. The photographs that we choose to display in our home should, in my belief, portray our family at its very best and in all of its color. Most home printers and paper options do not offer this quality. A favorite display of mine is canvas and, often found only at high cost, is not something that we can routinely splurge on – until now.

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YouFrame Canvas Photo Wraps allow you to print on canvas right at home! Usually only done in portrait studios and factories, beautiful canvas portraits are now available for, truly, everyone.

Though skeptical, I recently had the opportunity to put the YouFrame Canvas Photo Wraps to the test. Compatible with any standard InkJet printer, users can simply choose a photo to print on the included specialty canvas paper. After a quick assembly of the frame, a few moments to allow your ink to dry, and a bit of double-sided tape – voila! You have yourself a great new piece of artwork for display!

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After reading the directions and choosing the correct print settings (including “borderless”) on my computer, the project was quite simple. However, I do recommend that you choose your photos wisely. One particular photo that we used ended up with the top portion of it not being seen once wrapped around the frame. Thankfully, this did not take away from the photo itself. The photo in question was also one that was taken quite a few decades ago, thus leaving me very impressed with the overall quality of the YouFrame Canvas Photo Wraps. The ability to print such photos directly onto canvas opens the doors to a much broader market. It would be the perfect gift for grandparents to allow them the chance to preserve priceless photos from their childhood and ancestors passed.

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In regards to today’s photos, the YouFrame Canvas Photo Wraps work wonders. I’m sure that you know, as parents, full family photos are few and far in between. Mom or Dad always has the camera in hand so most good home photographs only include one parent. The handful of pictures that do include our whole family are usually my favorite and most prized possessions. Of course, this being the case, I had to choose one to print on canvas! Taken by an amazing photographer friend of mine, professional quality work looks flawless on the YouFrame Canvas Wrap!

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Now, among vintage photos and family portraits, landscapes are another piece of artwork that is often found in many homes. The Grand Canyon, with endless views depicting great beauty amid its roughness, is inspiration for numerous photographs of nature at its best. The varying colors and high contrast of this national park is something that screams for high quality printing. I had to put this one to the test and, again, the YouFrame Canvas Photo Wraps proved its own greatness. See for yourself:

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In the end, my skepticism came to a screeching halt. I absolutely love our new YouFrame Canvas Photo Wraps and at only $29.99 for a set of three – yes, all three! – I cannot wait to pick up some more. Just think of the amazing and endless possibilities! Be sure to keep up with them through their Facebook page to get all of the latest news and project ideas.

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They are available for purchase, both, in-store and online through Office Max. Not only would the YouFrame make a perfect decorative addition to your home but it is also a wonderful gift for, well, just about everyone. We all have photographs that we’d like to display and, at 60% off of usual canvas prices, the YouFrame Canvas Photo Wraps are certainly worth picking up. Or… you could win one!

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THE GIVEAWAY:

One (1) winner will receive a YouFrame Canvas Photo Wraps Triple Pack.

Giveaway open to U.S. residents only. Ends 3/4/13. ARV of $29.99.

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*Randi received the above product(s), free of charge, to facilitate this review. All opinions are those of reviewer only.

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Randi is a stay-at-home mother to two wildly crazy little boys, in love with one hell of a great man, a hobbyist writer and, more or less, glued to her camera. In a world where making mud pies, searching for bugs and racing Matchbox cars have become her forte, her true passion can be found all around her (or attached to her hip) at any given moment - her family.

43 Responses to “YouFrame Canvas Photo Wraps 3-Pack Giveaway ($29.99 ARV)”

  1. LT says:

    I would print 3 of my favorite pictures of my kids from the last few months!

  2. Chelsea r says:

    Special family moments.

  3. Ken Ohl says:

    my niece. thankyou, ken

  4. sandra davis says:

    my son’s baby pics

  5. sheri grennille says:

    i would print new photos of my daughter and i since my husband left the marriage and all i have around are portraits of the three of us.

  6. Zoe Lee says:

    My sweet daughter, Ana and a wedding photo or two.

  7. I would print one of our son, one of all of us and one of the photos I have taken…

  8. Heather Wone says:

    My two adorable kiddos!

  9. Sandra says:

    We have spent the last 3 years living in Hawaii, and I have some amazing pictures of our family, the beach and spectacular views, so a combination of those would be sure to make the cut

  10. deb c says:

    I’d print pictures of my granddaughter.

  11. Jessica Geiger says:

    I would use a picture of each of my boys and then one of the whole family =)

  12. penelope merriweather says:

    I would want to put pictures from my son’s wedding this past summer on the three canvas, thanks for this giveaway!

  13. Michele Murray says:

    I have three kids… one print per child. It’s amazing how the time flies by! I want to freeze some moments!

  14. Vunda V says:

    i would get three pics of my trip to africa

  15. Vera Khule says:

    I would probably use some nature photography.

  16. Patti Hess says:

    My first Grandchild Landin

    pattifritz2000 at yahoo dot com
    thank you

  17. Cory says:

    Some beach scenes.

  18. I’d put all of our family members on there.

  19. Brittany C. says:

    Of course, pictures of my son!

  20. Michele P says:

    photos of my grandsons and my son and daughter together.

  21. Terra Heck says:

    One would be of my dog. One would be of me and my husband. The third would be of my six kids. Thanks.
    partymix25(at)hotmail(dot)com

  22. Shannon Baas says:

    my family.

  23. Nichole M. says:

    I would print pictures of my dog and my family.

  24. Tari Lawson says:

    I would print photos of my boys.

  25. Michelle says:

    My kids

  26. Deborah says:

    I would print some old family photos that I’ve been scanning and/or current family photos.

  27. Sara Blose says:

    Pictures of my baby boy

  28. JILL says:

    my kids and family

  29. liz l says:

    my dachshunds

  30. Darlene Ysaguirre says:

    A Picture Of Each Of My Kids

  31. Kayla J. says:

    My boyfriend and I :)

  32. shawna says:

    I would print pics of my kids.

  33. Jamie Z says:

    Pics of my kids

  34. Jim Weaver says:

    Looks Awesome

  35. Paula Michele Hafner says:

    I would print pictures of my kids and maybe one of my Chihuahuas.

  36. sandra says:

    a photo of the boys in my life

  37. Nancy says:

    This would be great for our daughter’s wedding photos.

  38. Jayme H. says:

    My baby!

    Thanks!

  39. Karen Gonyea says:

    Family vacation pictures of the ocean and wildlife.

  40. Melissa Shirley says:

    Pictures of my son
    melissalucky43@yahoo.com

  41. ALice says:

    I would print the pictures I took last summer of sunset over the bay.

  42. Emma McCauley says:

    My husband and kids!

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