First choose the size of canvas print you want. There are a number of different size options including a custom size which means you can create a canvas any size you want. This option is ideal if you have a specific space in mind where you think your Dad would want to hang his new canvas.
Alternatively choose from our square or rectangular canvas available in small, medium or large canvas dimensions. We also do panoramic canvases in a medium or large size. Panoramic canvases work really well with outdoor or landscape photographs. Perhaps you’ve got a holiday snap with your Dad that would look stunning transformed into a canvas print.
You can customise your print and choose from either a portrait or landscape layout. There are three different colour options to choose from – we can keep the colours exactly the same as in your original photo or if you want the image to really stand out and look completely different to the photograph we can apply a black and white or vintage style sepia colour effect.
If you can’t pick just one photograph why not take advantage of our 3 for 2 offer which applies to all of our canvas prints. Canvas prints look stunning grouped together as a collage or cluster and are a simple way of creating a wall-art feature.
With free twenty four hour UK delivery and same day despatch if you order your canvas print before 3pm you still have time to order your Dad a Father’s Day present he will treasure.
In this age of digital cameras and online photograph albums how often do we actually get around to printing out photographs? Photo to canvas prints are a fabulous way of turning your favourite images into a piece of art that can be admired daily.
Father’s Day is a chance to celebrate fathers and fatherhood. It is celebrated on different days across the world but here in the UK it is always the third Sunday in June. So why not show your Dad just how special he is this Sunday with a personalised canvas print.
We’d love to see some of your Father’s Day canvas prints – why not send us a picture of your Dad with his canvas?