Ever since I’ve had children, I find myself taking more and more pictures. At first, it started with a snap here, a snap there, but as P got older and H was born, I’ve gone picture crazy. I swear I’m their very own paparazzi. I’m obsessed with capturing their every moment, every outfit. Oh, P couldn’t stop wearing her Kion hat, snap! Oh, H was blowing bubbles snap. Those precious moments have taken up so much memory on my phone. I simply can’t help myself. I have over 7,786 pictures and 1,014 videos of my kiddos and typically take my favorites for the month to send to my family and friends in their monthly Parkergrams and The Hunter Reports (monthly and yearly updates of them). FYI…I’ll do a post on those later.
Anywho, some of my favorite moments involve when the kids are together. P’s first time meeting H. P kissing on H. P trying to feed H, or H staring at P. So when I had the chance to work with Photowall to create my very own canvas, I was ecstatic and knew right away that I wanted to use the picture of P kissing H. It was such a precious moment. After picking my picture, I headed over to Photowall and began placing my order.
Placing My Order (Oops)
It was pretty simple at first. I uploaded my image and decided to pick the DIY Framing option. I figured B could assemble it for me. (I’m only good at assembling toys lol! ) After that, I added it to my cart and continued to check out. I immediately got an email verifying my order and promising immediate shipping. Woohoo! But…..later that night, I received an oops email. Silly me, I forgot to do a few things before checking out like picking my edge and dimensions and cropping my picture. Customer service was helpful with helping me fix my mistake. They canceled my order, and I reordered. This time more smoothly. Two days later, I received my canvas.
Packaging and Assembling (Help Please)
The package came, and everything was there. Because I’m a mommy, I forget a lot of things right now. I forgot I had to assemble the frame lol! Honestly, I put off DIYing to go out and then it was P’s bday so it seems like I never had time. Well, eventually I found the time to sweetly ask B to assemble the frame for me, and he did it rather quickly. Despite a demanding P, he assembled it in less than 30 minutes. Does it typically take that long? Probably not. Don’t forget we have a 4-month-old, 2-year-old, and doggie that craves our attention plus it was Halloween. B’s only complaint while assembling the frame was about the removal process of the tape on the frame and installing the screws. Nothing major he said!
I love this canvas print of my little monsters. Its currently hanging in the front room, but I think I will move it to their room whenever we find a new home.
Final thoughts: Photowall is an awesome company to work with, and I loved my finished product. If you don’t have a picture that you want to be printed, you can select one of their many images. Customer Service is amazeballs, and they’re quick as hell. P.S. They aren’t costly either. It’s $43 and shipping is free.
Disclaimer: I received a canvas from Photowall in exchange for my honest review.