As a busy mom of 4 growing and usually running boys, I am often chasing them with a camera trying to get pictures on my wall to remember my boys in each stage as they grow up. I have one wall in my bedroom that is devoted to family pictures, starting with my engagement photo from over 10 years ago! My most recent picture on the wall is one from Eco-Friendly Canvas.
Eco-Friendly Canvas took my digital photo of my 4 boys dressed for church in their suits and turned it into a beautiful 8×10 product on 3/4” bamboo. Although we had some initial issues with the file I sent them (which was a problem on my part – photos need to be sent in their original format, and not the commonly resized format for the web), everything got worked out and I am very pleased with my final product.
It is beautiful! The bamboo is gorgeous and I wish I had sent them a more professional picture than one I had taken on the driveway!
I had previously never heard of printing photos on canvas bamboo, or bamboo photo mounting, but they are very proud of being a company providing an eco-friendly canvas product. According to their own website, www.ecofriendlycanvas.com, products can be made from bamboo or maple and they have a great keyhole slot on the back for easy hanging. They then take your digital photos and print them on Fuji and Kodak silver-halide paper and use a transparent PH neutral adhesive to protect the image from the natural acids in the wood and provided an extremely reliable bond between the images and the wooden panel. Their products can be as small as 8×10 or as large as 30×45.
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I was compensated with a free 8×10 3/4” bamboo print for my review, but as always the opinions written are my own.
Jen Thomas is a full time SAHM in Houston, TX with 4 boys aged 8-1yo and a part time environmental engineer and teacher of baby sign language classes. She is homeschooling her oldest son, blogs occasionally at jenlovesfreestuff.blogspot.com and eats a lot of chocolate!