Usually the only souvenirs I bring home from a trip are memories and photos. For those looking to preserve their travel photography outside of a phone, tablet, laptop, or digital frame, Canvas Pop is worth checking out. They make it so easy and affordable to turn your digital photos into framed, permanent treasures. Users simply upload photos and choose a layout, frame options, a method of shipping, and a canvas size using custom measurements (between 10” and 76” in height and/or width) or one of Canvas Pop’s standard sizes, which range from 8″ x 10″ to 24″ x 72″. Prices start at $30 and go up to $422.
Natalie just surprised me with two framed photos (I answered the door with the FedEx delivery and it was a large box that said Canvas Pop, so she gave them to me early). Both photos (including the one above) were from Flytographer shoots that we did (one in Paris and on a couple weeks ago here in California). I loved them both so much and immediately thought that Canvas Pop would make for a great gift. So I quickly scratched this week’s Travel Product of the Week and replaced it with this one.
Full disclosure: Canvas Pop did give Natalie a credit to test them out. But I wouldn’t be writing about them if they weren’t top notch.
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