Last Minute Mother’s Day Gift Idea: 50% off Canvas Prints Order by Midnight Friday delivery. Some states can still choose standard delivery!
Need a last minute Mother’s day gift? A gift that is special, that your mom can treasure, and a gift that will last a lifetime. Order Mom a Canvas Print today and it will arrive to you or on mom’s doorstep by Friday.
Yes, it is possible to order mom a canvas print for a Mother’s Day gift! Each Mother’s day canvas comes with a complimentary card to make gift giving easier; the card can be customized by leaving your personal message in the Additional Notes field at checkout. PLEASE NOTE: The guaranteed FRIDAY delivery date only applies to delivery addresses in lower United States (contiguous US). Some states MUST choose expedited shipping. Please read below regarding standard and expedited shipping requirements.
Choose STANDARD shipping (and just ignore the 7-10 business days for delivery) if the physical DELIVERY address is in the following states:
- NEW MEXICO
Choose EXPEDITED shipping if the DELIVERY address is located in the REMAINING 48 contiguous United States.
GUARANTEE DELIVERY DOES NOT APPLY TO US STATES OUTSIDE OF THE CONTIGUOUS US, CANADA, OR OTHER INTERNATIONAL COUNTRIES
Use Code: GREATMOM for 50% off your order.
Black Friday Photo on Canvas deals.
16 x 20 for $39.00 (reg. $99.00)
20 x 24 for $54.00 (reg. $129.00)
20 x 30 for $59.00 (reg. $149.00)
24 x 36 for $79.00 (reg. $179.00)
* Limited quantities available
USE CODE: FREESHIP
Every order will receive a $14.95 credit towards their order to cover the contiguous US ground flat shipping fee we usually charge. If you don’t live in the 48 states then the credit is applied to your order so essentially you get $14.95 off your shipping fee. GREAT DEAL!!
PLUS All orders over $50.00 will receive a $30 gift card shipped with their order.
So order yours at midnight!
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By the way, Facebook fans! You can purchase a voucher to use in the future.
The voucher is good for one year.
20×30 Voucher can be purchased here
24×36 Voucher can be purchased hereRead More
Determining the photo size and DPI-Tutorial
First let’s go over a few key terms. In simple terms, digital images are comprised of millions of square dots. These dots hold the data for the image and they are called pixels.DPI (dots per inch) is used to describe the resolution. DPI refers to the number of dots per inch for the image. So now let us take a look at determining the information your photographs, then we will further explain the image size and importance of the above factors.
Go to Libraries, and select the image you would like to have printed. When you check the box you can see some basic information at the bottom. You can see the dimensions here. Yet, to truly understand the maximum size then you would need to know the DPI.
In order to see the DPI of the image you can right click on the image, select properties, and then click “Details”. Here you can see the DPI of the image.
This image could be a 51.84 by 34.56 or a 50×34 with great image quality.
However, let’s say I have a smaller image that is a
900×600 at 300dpi
Then my best quality image size would be a 9×6. Since I want a larger image I would then
double the pixels and half the dpi. Thus now you have a:
1800×1200 at 150dpi=18×12 which is a nice canvas size, or the largest image 2700×1800 at 100pdi=27×18
So this image can be a 27×18 without a huge loss in detail or using programs to enlarge the image.
The problem arises with smaller images. For example, an image that is only 900×600 at 72dpi. Here you have no room to enlarge your image without losing image quality. If you divide the dpi in half you would get 47dpi. That means there are only 47 dots per inch. Those are rather large dots and very visible to the eye. Therefore, if you have an image this size it is best to apply filters to the image that offset the quality loss. Black and White, Sepia, Oil Painting or Pencil Sketch are all good options. Canvas Photo Company can assist you in choosing the best filter for your photo art.Read More