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Atrium Canvas Review

I feel very lucky to have been asked to review this very special product, a collage canvas by

Atrium Canvas Review - Digital Design
My Digital Design
Those of you who have followed me for a while will know how much I love to take pictures of my kids. My Flickr account has a staggering number of photos of my kids. Although I am terrible for not doing much with them, save for screen saver slide shows and going gooey over after the noisy little angels have all gone to bed.

Atrirum Canvas produce canvases of your photos. More than just a single image on a canvas, they also offer an amazing range of design ideas! It really does have to be seen to be believed!

It's also an incredibly easy site to use. I selected a collage canvas that required 9 photos and quickly and easily uploaded a good selection on my favourite photos from the last 12 months. I was able to play around with which images I wanted to use, the layout of my images, zoom and out to get them perfectly positioned.... basically play with it until I was 100% happy with my final design. I had a lot of fun with it! You have a good range of canvas sizes to choose from too, so tailoring your design to fit your room is easy too. I opted for a 20" x 20" canvas which is normally £54.99, and just £34.99 on sale.

Atrium Canvas Review - Finished Product
The Finished Canvas
The service was very quick, and I had my canvas within a few days of placing my order, even with a weekend chucked in there. It was very well packaged too.

I opened it with the kids and they thought it was brilliant straight away. My Hubby (such a fuss pot) was also very impressed with the quality of the printing and finished product

It's come ready to hang, totally flawless, and absolutely stunning! We are very very impressed.. It's just a shame that the camera on my phone has not been able to do the finished canvas justice because it really is beautiful.

I can see us returning to Atrium Canvas once our new baby is born so that we can get some beautiful canvases of all four of our children together. I'm already planning the designs in my head! They will make wonderful gifts for the grandparents too.

Please do go and check out the web site: 

They even have a SALE on at the moment which makes these wonderful canvases an even better deal!

We have been asked to sample and review this Atrium Canvas Collage Canvas Service. We have not been paid to do the review, all opinions expressed are our own. We did get to keep the product.

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