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Canvas 16" x 12" (Stretched)


$23.99



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Stretched canvases are a great way to display your digital photos and have them mounted on your walls. Photos will be printed on high-quality canvas fabric, and carefully hand stretched over a strong anti-warping stretcher (wooden frame) by our trained staff which will preserve its lifetime. Please note this is a waterproof canvas.

  • The canvas measures 16"(L) x 12"(W) x 1" (H) inches
  • Top quality heavy weight waterproof cotton canvas
  • Unique way to print your favorite photo on canvas
  • With our professional gallery wrap, you can hang the stretched canvas on the wall directly, no mounting or framing is required.
  • Wall mount included
  • Fade Resistant UV Archival Inks




Ideal image size in pixels (W * H) :
Stretched Canvas(Center) : 2700x2100 or Higher


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Average Customer Review :
4.73(52 Customer Reviews), Best :5, Worst :2.5
63.46 % of customers would recommend this product to Myself (33 out of 52)
5 Star:
38 ( 73.08% )

4 Star:
12 ( 23.08% )

3 Star:
1 ( 1.92% )

2 Star:
1 ( 1.92% )


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81. Posted by dianne

dianne
I've ordered several of these, and recently got two for my daughter and her husband. One was to be for her husband's mom and dad, however, when they received them, her husband wanted to keep both of them. These are beautiful. I have two of them and I really love them. I didn't frame them because I like them on the wall without the frame. I don't feel the delivery time is that long. I think it is quick considering where they are coming from. I love this place, it's so much fun designing so many wonderful photo gifts.

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82. Posted by Rizzle921@gmail.com

Rizzle921@gmail.com
These are very cute, and good quality. They are exactly what I expected, I plan to order more in different sizes for my little photo wall.



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83. Posted by DeniseAck

DeniseAck
Tips for stretched canvas:
When making a stretched canvas, realize that the grey "bleed" area is the part wrapped around the side and back of the wooden stretcher bars. On my stretched canvas, the wood is 0.75" thick. Therefore, you'll need to add an extra 1.5" to the dimensions to have your original image be what you see. ie: 12x18 needs 13.5"x19.5". If you just enlarge your image to fill the bleed area, you may cut off part of your image, and your image will be that much larger in the viewable area. It would be even better to add a whole inch on each side so if the canvas moves in the machine a bit, you don't get a white edge.

If you have a program like Photoshop Elements, etc., you can make a new canvas the larger size, copy in your image layer and either mirror the perimeter which will get folded over or clone stamp to fill in the foldover area.

Also
1--Lighten up your image before uploading it to AC. Your computer monitor is backlit, so the image will look much darker printed. I'm not positive if this happens with their prints, but canvases and photo books print darker.

2---Find out what ratio your original image is. Digital cameras are either set for 4x6 (2:3) or 4 x 5.333 (3:4). Divide the larger pixel dimension by the smaller (found in the details section of the image on your computer). If it's 1.5, you are set to 2:3, if it's 1.333, you are set to 3:4. When you choose your canvas size, your ratio comes into play. If you have 2:3 and you choose an 8x10 canvas, you'll have 2 inches worth of image wrap around the back (on the long side) and you won't be filling the bleed area on the short side (it will be white if printed). You can build up the dimensions in an outside program. Remember that about 0.75 inch on each side will be wrapped around (make your built-up border be 1 inch, not just 0.75") If you have 2:3 and you want a 12x18 canvas, the image will fit perfectly on the FRONT, but the sides will be white unless you build them up.

3--I'm not sure if other sizes have thicker stretcher bars. Find out first to figure out your proper size needed!

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84. Posted by DeniseAck

DeniseAck
Tips for stretched canvas:
When making a stretched canvas, realize that the grey "bleed" area is the part wrapped around the side and back of the wooden stretcher bars. On my stretched canvas, the wood is 0.75" thick. Therefore, you'll need to add an extra 1.5" to the dimensions to have your original image be what you see. ie: 12x18 needs 13.5"x19.5". If you just enlarge your image to fill the bleed area, you may cut off part of your image, and your image will be that much larger in the viewable area. It would be even better to add a whole inch on each side so if the canvas moves in the machine a bit, you don't get a white edge.

If you have a program like Photoshop Elements, etc., you can make a new canvas the larger size, copy in your image layer and either mirror the perimeter which will get folded over or clone stamp to fill in the foldover area.

Also
1--Lighten up your image before uploading it to AC. Your computer monitor is backlit, so the image will look much darker printed. I'm not positive if this happens with their prints, but canvases and photo books print darker.

2---Find out what ratio your original image is. Digital cameras are either set for 4x6 (2:3) or 4 x 5.333 (3:4). Divide the larger pixel dimension by the smaller (found in the details section of the image on your computer). If it's 1.5, you are set to 2:3, if it's 1.333, you are set to 3:4. When you choose your canvas size, your ratio comes into play. If you have 2:3 and you choose an 8x10 canvas, you'll have 2 inches worth of image wrap around the back (on the long side) and you won't be filling the bleed area on the short side (it will be white if printed). You can build up the dimensions in an outside program. Remember that about 0.75 inch on each side will be wrapped around (make your built-up border be 1 inch, not just 0.75") If you have 2:3 and you want a 12x18 canvas, the image will fit perfectly on the FRONT, but the sides will be white unless you build them up.

3--I'm not sure if other sizes have thicker stretcher bars. Find out first to figure out your proper size needed!

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85. Posted by DeniseAck

DeniseAck
Tips for stretched canvas:
When making a stretched canvas, realize that the grey "bleed" area is the part wrapped around the side and back of the wooden stretcher bars. On my stretched canvas, the wood is 0.75" thick. Therefore, you'll need to add an extra 1.5" to the dimensions to have your original image be what you see. ie: 12x18 needs 13.5"x19.5". If you just enlarge your image to fill the bleed area, you may cut off part of your image, and your image will be that much larger in the viewable area. It would be even better to add a whole inch on each side so if the canvas moves in the machine a bit, you don't get a white edge.

If you have a program like Photoshop Elements, etc., you can make a new canvas the larger size, copy in your image layer and either mirror the perimeter which will get folded over or clone stamp to fill in the foldover area.

Also
1--Lighten up your image before uploading it to AC. Your computer monitor is backlit, so the image will look much darker printed. I'm not positive if this happens with their prints, but canvases and photo books print darker.

2---Find out what ratio your original image is. Digital cameras are either set for 4x6 (2:3) or 4 x 5.333 (3:4). Divide the larger pixel dimension by the smaller (found in the details section of the image on your computer). If it's 1.5, you are set to 2:3, if it's 1.333, you are set to 3:4. When you choose your canvas size, your ratio comes into play. If you have 2:3 and you choose an 8x10 canvas, you'll have 2 inches worth of image wrap around the back (on the long side) and you won't be filling the bleed area on the short side (it will be white if printed). You can build up the dimensions in an outside program. Remember that about 0.75 inch on each side will be wrapped around (make your built-up border be 1 inch, not just 0.75") If you have 2:3 and you want a 12x18 canvas, the image will fit perfectly on the FRONT, but the sides will be white unless you build them up.

3--I'm not sure if other sizes have thicker stretcher bars. Find out first to figure out your proper size needed!

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86. Posted by Marie Baloo

Marie Baloo
This product was great! Ordered on Aug24 and received on Sept1! Just a little over two weeks, which was great.

The quality and colours are fantastic. Wish the product was stretched a little more, as it sags a tad. However, when hung up it looks great, and for the price I really don't think I can be nit picky.

Would strongly recommend!

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87. Posted by Tiffani

Tiffani
I am trying to order one of these canvases, but am having a bit of trouble with my photo. I used the image size recommended by Artscow. My original image is 18" x 14". When I upload it and place it, it appears not to be the correct size. When I save and "preview" it appears to be in a different postition. Suggestions???

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88. Posted by Angie Pedersen

Angie Pedersen
I ordered two 5x7 canvases, and was very pleased with the quality. Nice crisp images. I created the images in Photoshop - the actual image was 6.5x8, to allow for the 'wrap' around the edges of the canvas. Worked perfectly.




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