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Easy Canvas Prints 16"x20" Custom Canvas Print (Unframed) EXPIRED

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Easy Canvas Prints has their 16"x20" Custom Canvas Print (Unframed) on sale for $16.99. Shipping is free.

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  6. Proceed through Checkout
  7. Total should be $16.99 + free shipping (standard)

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    • Price includes the standard .75" wrap.
    • Promotion is valid through March 10, 2021.
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    • This price matches the price of the 127-TU Front Page Deal we had for it in October. -brisar
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Easy Canvas Prints: 16x20 Custom Canvas Print $16.99 + Free Shipping. Valid now through 3/10 12:00 AM.
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Framed or just prints?
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What is the depth? 0.75 or 1.5 inches?
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Without the frame
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I order two few months ago and they came out great
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Depth is .75 for 1.5 it's extra, for frame is extra, link is not working when I tried and price was closer to $25. Still decent deal.
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I love getting these on canvas, I do the same with custom paint by numbers [mypaintbynumbers.com] so I can paint it myself Smilie
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I order two few months ago and they came out great
Ditto
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Quote from kcmg20 :
Framed or just prints?
Print stretched over an inner frame, just like for painter's canvas.

These prints are meant to be displayed w/o an outer frame.

Recommend you specify black edges.
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Just got done editing some of my photos from my $100 A7R3 that I got from SD a few prime days ago. May as well have them printed. Thanks and TU
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Print stretched over an inner frame, just like for painter's canvas.

These prints are meant to be displayed w/o an outer frame.

Recommend you specify black edges.
I personally don't like black edges because the colors of my house and personal preference. But no thumbs down from me.
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Gave it a shot... thanks
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I personally don't like black edges because the colors of my house and personal preference. But no thumbs down from me.
I understand you, I think.

My reasons for preferring black edges:
1. I often participate in juried photo exhibits. Photo galleries most often require black frames. Here, the black edge of a canvas print act like a pseudo frame.
2. Walls are usually light in color - black edges help the print stand out.
3. Black is the color least likely to interfere, visually, with the picture. The lighter the color is, the more it attracts attention. That is the reason that in taking pictures one always has to be careful not to have bright spots that are not the subject (yes, there are exceptions), or, failing that, one edits out the distracting bright spots.

But, again, it is your house, your taste, you have to be comfortable living with it.
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Quote from observer1313 :
I understand you, I think.

My reasons for preferring black edges:
1. I often participate in juried photo exhibits. Photo galleries most often require black frames. Here, the black edge of a canvas print act like a pseudo frame.
2. Walls are usually light in color - black edges help the print stand out.
3. Black is the color least likely to interfere, visually, with the picture. The lighter the color is, the more it attracts attention. That is the reason that in taking pictures one always has to be careful not to have bright spots that are not the subject (yes, there are exceptions), or, failing that, one edits out the distracting bright spots.

But, again, it is your house, your taste, you have to be comfortable living with it.
These are excellent points for a professional. I prefer no borders on the canvas for home use to get a bigger picture the same area.
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