Free 8 x 10 Canvas Photo

You know you’ve got 80 bazillion pictures of the kids and grandma keeps asking for one. This is your perfect opportunity to not only get her a great gift but to have it be something just a little unique. And for those of you who don’t want to give it to grandma, keep it for yourself! Even better, if you have a wedding shower or baby shower coming up you could do something a little more personalized. Then again, if you have a boss you hate you can make this like a dart board and hang it in your office. Possibly even charging people to throw some darts. Hey, just giving options here!

CanvasPeople.com is offering a free 8 x 10 or $50 off any size canvas photo as a special introductory deal! This coupon can be applied toward a larger size canvas, creative effects or beautiful frames! Remember 2 canvas photos are always better than 1 and with 50% off your second canvas and 50% off shipping there’s no reason to only get one.

So you want to buy one of these? OK, I’ll tell you how. Just click below and you’ll be taken to  the site.

I want to buy a Canvas Photo

 

You’ll have to pay Shipping & Handling, which is about $18 for one and an add’l $8 for the second one if you take advantage of the 50% off your second one promotion.

For under $20 you can get a really nice gift for yourself or someone you love!

 

Disclosure: This post contains an affiliate link. Clicking on it will take you to CanvasPeople.com and if you buy something I’ll get a small commission. For which I will be grateful.

Sara

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