I do love a personalised item. Even better if it is something I can hang on my wall. Enter: Posh Canvas.
We were recently invited to review one of their personalised canvas prints. After browsing through the choices on their website, I thought it wold be lovely addition to our home. I chose a scrabble letter canvas print, and included the names and words that I wanted on it. The website was easy to use and the ordering process was simple.
When I received the print, I’ll be honest, I was a little disappointed. It seems like there is so much empty space on the canvas. It feels like a smaller canvas could have been used. I would have also liked to have perhaps stated how I wanted things to look or seen a preview. Being able to say what I wanted where would have been great as I feel like the letters could have been better put together. Rather than Chloe’s name and then a clump of letters under that. To say the cost is £35 for it, I was not particularly impressed.
Delivery was quick and I have no complaints about the service I received, though. The quality of the canvas and the printing is good. It could have just been my bad choice of words and names for the print that left me disappointed?
They do a lot of other prints too and they would make great gifts for something like Mother’s Day. I think these options are harder to get wrong, if you know what I mean. You can upload photos to the website too and have them printed on canvas.
1.Mama Printed Canvas – £20
2.Personalised Baby Canvas – £25
3.Personalised Wedding Canvas – £25
4.Personalised Special Family Memory Canvas – £45
5.Personalised Family Tree Canvas – £25
In conclusion, I would not be ordering a scrabble letter print again. Being able to see a preview would have been so much better – then I could have scrapped the idea or added a few more words so it looks more full. They are quite pricey, so I would want it to be exactly as I would like it.
What do you think to my scrabble print? Am I being dramatic?
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*the canvas print was gifted in exchange for an honest review. All words and opinions are my own.