CANVAS PRINTS FOR A SUREFIRE EMOTIONAL BOOST

Easy on the wallet, simple to order and quick to arrive, photo canvas wall prints are a great way to create a positive Spring vibe.

INTRO

I don't know about you, but sometimes it feels like COVID has sapped little bits of my peace and happiness, and the only place I feel truly safe and calm is in my own home. Keeping my surroundings peaceful and lovely soothes my soul, and I've found myself looking for little extras to reinforce that feeling. I'm a minimialist at heart, but one new item can really lift my spirits and give me a little boost for the week.

Recently I was approached by a company who make beautiful wall art out of photos - your own or those you love from elsewhere (I particularly love the copyright free sites like Pixabay and Unsplash). Today's collaborative post is about their beautiful products and includes some lovely examples and how to create your own.

A CHANGE OF SEASON

With Spring fast approaching, it’s about time we gave our homes a seasonal makeover. Given the challenges and anxieties we’ve all faced over the past months, we all deserve a little treat or two – be it a new addition to our wardrobe or a beautiful photo print on the wall. Together with the photo printing experts from My-Picture.com.au, we’re going to learn how canvas prints are a great way to welcome Spring in style. 

Now, more than ever, we need a home that serves us, that fills us up rather than drains us.  A home that is a sanctuary from the world  out there.

INTERIOR DESIGN TO GIVE YOU A HIT OF SEROTONIN

Most of us would agree that 2020 has had an exceptionally challenging 8-month run so far. In fact it’s hard to think of another stretch of time in recent memory which has put so many obstacles between us and the better things in life. Finding ourselves trapped within four walls, and with endless safety precautions to navigate, many of us have been left feeling flat and uninspired.

There’s still huge uncertainty as to what lies ahead, but one thing is clear – taking care of our own emotional wellbeing is more important than ever. Redecorating your home to welcome in Spring might seem like a trivial thing, but it’s actually a great way to help yourself stay positive and keep the gloom at bay. 

I've never craved peace in my life as much as I do right now.  I simply yearn for peace of mind that comes from cultivating calm surroundings.

Canvas prints from MyPicture.com.au are the perfect way to get started if you’re thinking about a home makeover. With their attractive pricing and great quality, they’ll help you create an optimistic Spring mood that will give you a little boost every morning and every time you come home – without breaking the bank.

HOW TO ORDER

The ordering process couldn’t be more user-friendly. First of all, of course, you need to find the photo you want printed. Then upload your photo to the MyPicture.com.au website – the process takes mere seconds.

Then you just need to make some straightforward design choices, like the size format of your print and the border design you want for the sides of the wooden frame. You can even change your image from full colour to monochrome in a single click. All your choices will be reflected in a handy preview window that shows you how the end product will look.

Once you’re satisfied, you’re all set to place your order. Checking out is a self-explanatory process, and you’ll get a confirmation email to show that your order’s been accepted. The streamlined production process takes no more than 24 hours, and then your print is passed over to the MyPicture.com.au delivery partners. You can rest assured that it’s in safe hands – they know how to get the job done.

CAN AN INTERIOR MAKEOVER REALLY MAKE ME HAPPIER?

We all know that interior design is no panacea, but coming home to a beautiful home can give you the same sort of quick boost that you get from a sinful sweet treat at the end of a tough day – only without the guilt of course. 2020 probably hasn’t finished sending challenges our way quite yet, so we need to use every technique in the book to give ourselves an emotional boost. Beautiful canvas prints can definitely be a part of that.

A home that is filled only with the things you love and use, will be a home that you love to use.

Easy on the wallet, simple to order and quick to arrive, photo canvas prints from MyPicture.com.au are a great start if you want to create a positive Spring vibe right there on your walls. Include lots of bright colours and heartwarming imagery, and you can turn your own home into a feelgood refuge in troubled times.

WHAT DO YOU THINK?

Are you feeling a little tired and need a bit of a pick-me-up? Why not pop over and have a browse - I loved the acrylic wall art too. Lots of beautiful choices and the prices were even within my careful budget limits.

Easy on the wallet, simple to order and quick to arrive, photo canvas wall prints are a great way to create a positive Spring vibe.


Easy on the wallet, simple to order and quick to arrive, photo canvas wall prints are a great way to create a positive Spring vibe.

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Easy on the wallet, simple to order and quick to arrive, photo canvas wall prints are a great way to create a positive Spring vibe.

26 comments

  1. My husband and I were just talking about this, Leanne. We are spending a great deal of time at home and our surroundings can make us feel better. I admire people who can do something creative and beautiful with their photos.

    We are entering Fall and the principles you write about for Spring apply for Fall. MyPicture.com.au looks like it is very user friendly. I have bookmarked this post. Thank you, Leanne.

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  2. Hi Erica - their prints are just beautiful aren't they? I loved how you could do something arty, or something personal, or something scenic - so much choice and it's definitely inspiring me to do something fresh around our house.

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  3. Hi, Leeanne - I completely agree that wall art is a great pick me up. I just had a browse at MyPicture.com.au. Absolutely stunning!
    Thank you for sharing this.

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    1. Thanks Donna - I fell in love with the Marie Antionette series in the photo - it's amazing what you can do with a little inspiration isn't it? I think we're all looking for a bit of a boost atm and the photos were so fresh and I could visualize something similar on my own walls.

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  4. Leanne, Wall art is so attractive and there are many inexpensive choices. Thank you for sharing MyPicture.com.au with us. #lifethisweek

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    1. Hi Natalie - yes I was surprised at how reasonable the prices were - and the special they have on atm was very tempting indeed!

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  5. The prices are really reasonable - it makes it easy to change your art around. And yes, it would defoinitely lift my mood.

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    1. Hi Jo - I thought the prices were great too - I can't afford to spend a huge amount on something like art, but these are affordable and yes, you could easily change things up now and then when you felt like a bit of a fresh change.

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  6. These are really lovely, Leanne. I was offered a beautiful canvas print but it got stuck in customs with the lockdown and was returned to the country of origin. I'm just waiting for things to ease up to order again. They really make a huge difference to a room, don't they?

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    1. I'm loving the look of these prints Corinne - the fact that you can have personal ones, or choose something pretty or scenic is just so much nicer than finding something mundane at the local shops.

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  7. These look fabulous Leanne and not too pricey either. We can all do with a lift at the moment and updating our art works could be the way to go, excecpt we seem to be running out of wall space at our place!

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    1. I know what you mean Deb - but I'm thinking a few nice new pieces would definitely give our walls a lift and give me something fresh to look at now that I'm home so much these days.

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  8. We're currently turning our spare room into a home office and giving it a spring makeover and I was wondering what to put on the walls! Imagine how good Teddy Roosevelt would look on canvas!

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    1. Teddy would look AMAZING Sam - he'd give the jack russell in the picture quote a run for his money!

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  9. Wall art can brighten a room although I have now walls left. A few years ago on a cruise my husband went to an art auction - enough said LOL:)

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    1. Hi Sue - I know what you mean about the walls being full. We have several lovely sunset pictures, but when I saw the family ones on the site I decided that the first time I manage to take a decent group photo, I'm going to get it made into a big print for posterity.

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  10. This is always a good idea to freshen a wall and a space. In our rental house we are not putting anything up on walls...such a pain, but it's a nice space. I have some images on book shelves and I got a large canvas print for my 70th which is from a photo of our 8 grandchildren and that 'leans' against a wall on top of a wall unit.
    Thank you for joining the link up for #lifethisweek. Next week, the optional prompt is 38/51 Grateful For This. 21.9.2020 I hope that you link up again too. Take care, Denyse.

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    1. Hi Denyse - large canvas prints of the family are definitely the way to go. I'm just waiting for a decent family portrait to be taken and I'll be getting it made into something to put in a prominent place on the wall.

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  11. What a lovely touch to plain walls. I've always been hesitant to add color to our walls, but this would be ideal.

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    1. I thought they were really lovely Fatima - and their examples of what you can do with the various sizes really inspired me.

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  12. What a lovely idea to update a tired, or outdated interior. We've traipsed pictures from pillar to post on all our moves, and even though I thought tradition would prevail I must confess to becoming increasingly fond of the new, bright, light and breezy. These canvases look so modern and appealing and a great way to welcome Spring in style. Will check them out online :)

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    1. Hi Jo - I loved the pictures they sent me - there's such creative ways to do wall art these days (so different from one picture somewhere in the middle of a blank wall!) I've been mulling over a change in pictures to something brighter and more personal too.

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  13. Such an amazing idea to add some colour and vibrancy to barren walls! I do agree how our homes are now an extension of our personal and work lives and some inspiration is definitely needed to liven it up. I've got tons of photos saved on my computer. This post has given me some marvellous ideas to do up our new home.
    Thanks for sharing such a lovely post, Leanne. Visiting you after a long time.
    Have a lovely week ahead.

    Cheers
    Esha
    https://mysoultalks.com/2020/09/14/unravelling-life-musings/

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    1. Hi Esha - lovely to have you back here and I'm so glad you enjoyed the wall art ideas - I was really impressed with the different variations and ideas that they sent through to me and it made me want to start going through my photos too.

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  14. Delightful!! I love the Marie Antoinette-ish canvases. "Let them eat cake." I have a rather large canvas of my granddaughter dressed as a mermaid, stretched out on the beach. Need to get some canvases of my other granddaughters to keep things fair.

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    1. You definitely need to get the rest of the family up on the wall Leslie - and yes, the Marie Anionette pics really took my fancy too.

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