Easter inspired canvas prints

Spring has well and truly sprung, and now is a great time to think about jazzing up your walls with some new art work. Not everyone has a budget for original art, but we’re not going to let that stop us coming up with some seasonal ideas to get the creative juices flowing. This week we’ll show you how to use Easter as inspiration for canvas prints that won’t cost a bomb – or even require a camera!

Photos for a dollar!

We write a lot of articles for photographers on our blog, but we also have many customers who don’t even own a camera beyond their smartphone. However, with an abundance of high-quality stock photography sites online, anyone can create bespoke works of canvas art for their homes. We recommend a website called www.dollarphotoclub.com because they have a massive selection of top-class images and you know that every one will cost you just 1 dollar!

Easter inspiration

Using eggs for your Easter inspiration guarantees that you’ll end up with some colourful and cheerful canvas prints to decorate your home. The following example images would look great on your kitchen wall, and you can see that Easter can be used as inspiration rather than a literal interpretation.

Bunnies

When we think of Easter we immediately bring chocolate eggs and cute little bunnies to mind, so why fight it? Ideal for your kid’s bedroom or as a fun statement piece, we guarantee that any of these delightful little bunnies will soften the hardest of hearts. Don’t tell anyone though, but we think one of these little guys might be an imposter…

These are just a small selection of the great Easter related images you can download for a dollar that would work well on a canvas – but you could just as easily go for a beautifully sunny daffodil scene or choose something that symbolises the original meaning of Easter if you’re a Christian.

Of course, if you own your own camera you could create your own images from scratch and use these ideas as inspiration. Why not dress your kids up as Easter bunnies and send canvases of them to family for Easter gifts. As always, we encourage you to get creative and come up with some of your own ideas, but remember to pop back and leave a comment below to let us know how you got on!