Monday, February 29, 2016

Let Your Creativity Flow...With Canvas Factory


This post is brought to you by canvasfactory.com.  They sent me a canvas to review and I am happy to share my thoughts with you!

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Last year, while preparing for our annual Reformation Day party, my husband came across a picture of the 5 Solas that he really liked.  He mentioned that it would be neat to have a print like that hanging in our home one day.  The problem is that the coloring of the one we found didn't quite work for our home, it didn't come in as large of a size as we wanted, and you could only get it as a paper print.

Fast forward a few months and canvasfactory contacted me asking if I would host a giveaway for you wonderful people.  I thought for a few minutes about what kind of picture I would want printed on a canvas and then it hit me that I could create a 5 Solas image that would work perfectly for my home!

So I set to work and came up with this image (that I LOVE!)  If you would like this image too, just sign up for my newsletter and I'll email it right to you!


I was so pleased with the whole process of ordering at canvasfactory.com.  You simply upload your image (or choose one of their 25 million wall-art images), choose you size and material, customize details like solid edges or wrapped images, and you are good to go!

One of the many pre-designed
images at canvasfactory
Of course you could get a canvas picture of your kids or a picture you took of the mountains on your last vacation, but you can also think outside the box like I did and create something unique and beautiful especially for your family.  I just used Microsoft Paint to create my image, but I'm sure there are a hundred other programs out there that would be just as good or better.

Here are some ideas that I came up with that might be perfect for your family/homeschool. (Imagine them in pretty fonts, creatively across a canvas...check out Pinterest for inspiration!)

  • Family Rules (ex. Be Kind, Say Thank You, Always Try Hard) 



  • Bible Verse (ex. The fruit of the Spirit is Love, Joy, Peace, Patience, Kindness, Goodness, Faithfulness, Gentleness, and Self Control - Galations 5:22)

  • Homeschool Maxims (ex. Festina Lente - Make Haste Slowly) 

  • Motivational Quotes (ex. I am, I can, I ought, I will)


Those are just a few ideas to get you thinking!

If you just want one of your family photos printed, canvasfactory has so many great options.  Check out their website to see all of them, but here are a few highlights:




Would you like to have a canvas for your home?


You can enter to win a free 16x20 canvas of your choosing from canvasfactory right here!  Enter the giveaway by using the Raffelcopter below. (Residents of Australia, Canada, and USA only.)


Can't wait?  Need a different size or style?  You can still get a great deal!




Would you like THIS print?  I will give you this image for free and you can make your own canvas with it at canvasfactory!  Just subscribe to Living and Learning at Home's newsletter and the file will be sent right to your inbox.  




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Here you go!  Enter to win a 16x20in. canvas from canvasfactory.  Make a beautiful piece for you home using a family photo, my 5 Solas image, or create a unique masterpiece of your own!

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12 comments:

  1. I love your 5 Solas print! That is what I would choose:)

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  2. I THINK a family picture but I'm not at all sure!!! Maybe a cool inspiring quote...CS Lewis or something!

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  3. Great job! I've been thinking about doing the quote "enjoy the little things" for the nursery as a reminder to myself :) So maybe that...?

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    1. I think I need one of those too ;)

      Or you could just do a 16x20 of Steve. He would love that... ;)

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  4. There are a few family Bible verses that I have been wanting to frame, I will totally check them out!

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  5. I've seen canvas prints of photos, but I've never thought of making one with word inspiration. I love how yours turned out! So creative.

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