make an impact with the larger than life photo collage

Today we have an amazing canvas collage success story using one of the many collages available. Sometimes they're just so good you have to have one for yourself!
Jessie of J.Passon Artistic Portraiture shares, "The Larger than Life templates are a huge hit with my clients--and myself! I already have two 26x36 Larger than Life canvases in my house and this is our most recent addition. I feel that these templates are the easiest way to get a "wow" impact. The use of several images and one piece of art is always stunning. After using one of the horizontal templates and making it fit onto a square canvas for a client a few months ago, I loved the look and decided to do it for myself. Last September my family had the opportunity of our own family session and I chose to do a Larger than Life 30x30 canvas to hang in our casual dining room. I plan to add a couple smaller canvases to this over time, making one big impact wall that will wow our friends, family and clients. When clients come for a newborn session or to pick up an order, they see this wall through a window and it will be a great example to show off, encouraging a similar purchase from their own session!"
Thank you so much for sharing Jessie! Your $75 gift certificate is on its way!



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