Easily Personalized & Fun Canvas Collage

Easily Personalized & Fun Canvas Collage

Today's share comes from Jenny of Jenny Mason Photography. She writes, "This family portrait session took place on my client's boat and their last name starts with the letter "B". She really wanted something incorporating the letter "B" for boat and her last name so I thought the 70 Reasons To Love Me idea would be great if I just modified the frames to the shape of a B. We used fun images from her session telling the story of their family spending time together on their boat. It was printed on metallic paper and mounted with a stainless steel edge standout. I love this product because it was so personal and meaningful to my client. She really loved how it fit her family perfectly from the colors used, to the modern style and of course the letter "B"! I just love it when a session consultation and session come together well and result in a great, unique and custom product for my clients."

Thanks for the great share, Jenny! Enjoy your $75 gift certificate in the shop~


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