Building the Photowall photo canvas

Building the Photowall photo canvas

Building the Photowall photo canvas

Building the Photowall photo canvas
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We have been meaning to get a picture of our granddaughter up in the hall and so when Photowall asked if I would review for them, it was the perfect opportunity!

You can choose to upload your own high-resolution image as we did or you can choose from the catalogue of images that they have to offer.

We went for a canvas of 23″ x 23″ but you can go up to 59″ x 59″ (150cm x 150cm) with frame but as canvas only the maximum size is 196″ x 59″ (500cm x 150cm)

The Murals or wallpapers are custom-printed to the measurements that you specify on our website. They are printed on strips that are 45 cm wide, and the full height of the wall. The strips are delivered in a roll. They will need to be cut apart on site, along clearly marked lines.

So the first video is just what you get in the box when you order a photo canvas.

Then we have the assembly of the photo canvas kit!

So I will leave it at that for now and let the photo canvas sit on the wall for a few weeks, that will give me time to see if the 3m double-sided tape holds and also how it holds up in general.

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Visit http://www.photowall.co.uk/ where you can upload your own photo or choose from a wide range of photos available from the following catagories.

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