A canvas picture adds to the ambiance of a home and distracts family members from the fact that there are no walls. Cover up architectural absence with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $39 for an 8”x10” custom canvas easel pic (a $179 value)
- $49 for an 11”x14” custom canvas easel pic (a $229 value)
Customers may submit any photograph of their choosing, though the canvas experts recommend a clear image of at least 1,200x1,500 pixels, or 150 pixels per inch. Images are then printed onto canvas and wrapped around a wood block. A handcrafted oak easel is custom designed to fit the canvas and is made without any screws or hinges to ensure long-lasting wear.
Shutterbug Printing Specialties
Josh Davidson knows that big things can grow from small beginnings. During his senior year at Ball State University, he was given a project to start a business with only $20 and his own ideas. His passion for photography led him to venture into the field he loved, which grew from a few snapshots to a successful business. He soon realized that the demand for his images exceeded his ability to bargain with the picture fairy for additional prints, so Josh began printing his own photos and eventually formed Shutterbug Printing Specialties.
To Josh and his staff, quality of service and product outweigh mass production. This tenant is the reason Shutterbug Printing Specialties makes sure each part of their products—from the wood purchased locally in Indiana to the canvas and laminate—is made in America and pieced together by American workers. During production, each piece goes through a series of 12 or more quality checks to ensure family portraits or images proving the existence of Big Foot's bad hair day come out elegant and flaw-free.
94% of 36 customers recommend
“just make sure where you want it shipped is very clear. ours went to the person who bought the group on not to the person who was getting it. they did offer to pay...”
“just make sure where you want it shipped is very clear. ours went to the person who bought the group on not to the person who was getting it. they did offer to pay for us to reship”
“Very nice finished product”