I'm really excited about sharing this product review with you.  This past year I was approached by Easy Canvas Prints asking if I would consider doing a product review.  Megan, at Easy Canvas Prints, had discovered my blog and seen some of my photography.  As a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator, I just knew if I did the product review that I would have to create something using My Digital Studio.  So, I hope you enjoy this beautiful project created using My Digital Studio and printed on canvas using the services of www.easycanvasprints.com to create a piece of canvas artwork.

Easy Canvas Prints Product Review

Easy Canvas Prints Product Review with My Digital Studio


First, let me say that this 11×14 canvas product is superb quality!  I'm so impressed with the finished canvas and plan to use there services again.  It was so easy to use the website at www.easycanvasprints.com.  With each step, I found the directions to be simple and easy to use with various options provided as well as a preview of what the finished project would look like.  As I was using www.easycanvasprints.com, I first planned to wrap the photo over the edges but once I saw the preview I didn't like how it looked and was able to easily change the edges to a solid color that matched the colors of the digital scrapbook page I had created using My Digital Studio.  All I needed was the "html" color code.  Again, I have to say that I'm really impressed with the quality of product provided by Easy Canvas Prints! 

In creating my canvas, I knew I wanted to use My Digital Studio to create a digital scrapbook page.  I just love how the canvas turned out and really features my creativity using My Digital Studio.  The scrapbook page started as an 8 1/2 x 11 individual scrapbook page but I knew I wanted it to go on an 11 x 14 canvas so I had to keep placement of the elements and digital stamps in mind so I focused on not getting too close to the edges of the scrapbook page.  The digital stamps I used are Daring Adventure and Sentimental Journey.  Digital Elements that were used include the Staples & Stitches and Digital Brad.  The flags were created using the digital flag punch and the Sentimental Journeys Digital Designer Paper.

Again, I'm so impressed with the finished Canvas from www.easycanvasprints.com.  The service provided was excellent and the website was supper easy to use.  So if you have any digital photos sitting in limbo on your computer, I highly recommend that you visit www.easycanvasprints.com to create YOUR Canvas Artwork today!  Now, you don't have to create a Canvas Scrapbook Page but if you want to take your canvas to the next step I highly recommend using My Digital Studio.  In fact, you can currently download a FREE 30-Day trial of My Digital Studio by visiting my 24/7 Stampin' Up! store.  Click HERE to download your FREE 30-day trial of My Digital Studio!

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Pam Staples

Project Supply List:

Ink:  Digital Crumb Cake and Digital Not Quite Navy

Cardstock: Digital Crumb Cake

Designer Series Paper: Digital Sentimental Journey

Accessories: Digital Not Quite Navy Brad; Digital Staples & Stitches

Tools: My Digital Studio full content (Disc 130647; Download 130646)

Stamp Sets: Daring Adventure Digital Stamp Set; Sentimental Journey Digital Stamp Set