Photowall Canvas Print Review. Plus 20% off! #Blogmas 3

Photowall Canvas Print Review. Plus 20% off! #Blogmas 3

I was contacted by Photowall as they had stumbled across my blog on my little corner of the internet, enquiring about a print and telling me about their services. Of course this was something I was interested in. They wanted to give me a print or canvas of my choice on exchange of an honest review on my blog of their products and services. Photowall are a Swedish company, their wall murals and canvas prints are Eco friendly, fire resistant and won't fade in sunlight. 
On there website, they have many prints that you could choose to be printed . . .  

These are some of the prints that I love that you can find on their site. Please note that I have taken these images off of Photowalls website (no copyright intended!) 

Wall mural - Never Stop Shining

Wall mural - Live and Love II

Wall mural - No Tomorrow

The website was really easy to use and after having a look through the prints, I decided on getting a photo that I had taken on our latest trip to Ireland printed. It was really simple to upload and once I had uploaded it, you could choose the size you wanted. I went with the size that was good with the print (which ended up being bigger than expected, I'll admit, I'm not too good with measuring things!) Once it was ordered, I received an email to confirm my order. 
The parcel arrived within seven days but no one was in to get it so I had to organise for the parcel to be redelivered for a day that my fiancee wasn't working which was no bother at all. The parcel arrived on that date and as soon as I had gotten home from work, there it was waiting for me. We opened the parcel and there was lots of bits and bobs inside! 

Instructions, canvas print, screws and frame. All you need to make a canvas!

We had to fit the canvas together and as difficult as we thought it looked, we found it was actually quite easy. Nothing we couldn't do without a couple of screwdrivers and following the instructions! These were really easy to follow and there were pictures that helped show you how your canvas was suppose to look.  After fitting it together, we had a look at the final product and we loved it. I actually gave this canvas to my fiancee's parents as a gift. They were pretty impressed with the canvas and I completely love it. The detail of the photo it amazing and I love just looking at the colours of the photo of the print.

My Photowall canvas! 

Do I recommend using Photowall? 

Yes 100%! Great service, great quality when it came to the product. Plus it was delivered within a week of being ordered and I could track the parcel where it was when it came to delivery.

Because Photowall have given me this gift, they also have given you guys a gift too.

  You can get 20% any order with Photowall. All you have to do is enter my discount code - KayleighRomanovCampaign2017 .  

This code is available till the 30th January 2018 so make sure you take a look at either their canvas prints or even getting your own photo's printed. Perfect for a last minuet Christmas present or even a new years gift to yourself! I might even order a few!! You can find  the Photowall website here 

Till next time...

*please note this post is sponsored. This is completely my own opinion and my own experience. *

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