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Blow Up Your Digital Pictures with Pottery Barn Kids' Picture Canvas

Blow Up Your Digital Pictures with Pottery Barn Kids' Picture Canvas

After months of hunting down the perfect piece of art for my bedroom wall, I think I've finally decided to let my geekery be the artiste! Pottery Barn Kids offers the coolest service: You upload a digital picture, and they will print it onto a canvas and stretch it over a wooden frame, so all you have to do is hang it after you get it in the mail.

To learn more about this great service,

I have read a couple DIY articles and heard of a few services that do this, too, but this one seems to be the easiest and most convenient, since all you do is upload the photo and pay for it (I may be geeky, but I can also be very lazy). Pictures must be a minimum of 2200 pixels high and at least 1700 pixels wide, and the cost is $120 for a 24" x 30" canvas, and $200 for a 30" x 40" one. Of course, now I just have to decide what picture to immortalize, and the cycle begins again. . .






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ryanmfritz ryanmfritz 9 years
its also cheaper at fargokids.com. theyre both very cool. either way!
hotstuff hotstuff 9 years
Too cute!
x_juicyfruit x_juicyfruit 9 years
How very cool.
SweetnLow SweetnLow 9 years
Actually, the gallery wrap at Mpix is about $30 more for the 24x30- but I do bet it is more than worth it for that Mpix quality.
breagayle breagayle 9 years
This is a cool thing to do, but you can get it way cheaper at mpix.com.
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