The perfect Christmas gift is already sitting on your hard drive. Throughout the year you take pictures of life’s biggest and best moments- from girls nights out, to graduations, to family vacations.
Take those photos off your computer and turn them into a heartfelt gift of photo art with Posterjack. Posterjack.ca is a Canadian online photo printing company based out of Toronto that turns your photos into beautiful artwork and delivers right to your doorstep helping you avoid crowded malls.
Over the past couple years I have featured Posterjack quite a few times from their gallery box, canvas prints, framed prints and so on. I am always happy and even impressed with the quality of products between the materials used and the actual printing job.
I’ve become literally obsessed with their framed pictures. It is without a doubt my most favourite product from Posterjack. The gallery frame is a really gorgeous, timeless piece. I love the clean classic look to the frame and matte. The print itself is bright, clear and crisp and does the originals justice. (Although my photos this time around do not do the framed prints justice, it’s been so dark lately!)
The frame is nice and thick and sturdy hardwood. Gallery Frames come in four timeless colours; Rich Black, Alpine White, Espresso Brown, and Light Walnut. All of the components are made in Canada – from the hardwood frame, to the low glare framers acrylic, right down to the off-white acid free mat board.
Ordering a gift from Posterjack is easy! Simply upload your photo, select your product, choose your size and Posterjack prints your product and delivers right to your door. They have flat rate shipping of $8.50 in Canada and free shipping on orders of over $150.
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Disclosure: I received the above mentioned product in order to facilitate this post. All thoughts and opinions are honest and my own.
Elizabeth Lampman is a coffee-fuelled Mom of 2 girls and lives in Hamilton, Ontario. She enjoys travelling, developing easy recipes, crafting, taking on diy projects, travelling and saving money!