Enter the Canvas Press Baby Photo Contest to Win Canvas Prints

by Eric Von Lehmden | April 11, 2013

If you follow the Canvas Press Facebook page you know that from time to time we run a fun photo contest and people can win some photos on canvas and discounts for a year. Well, I just wanted to let you know that we have a new photo contest that started yesterday. It is a baby photo contest...we thought that with Mother's Day being right around the corner that it was a good fit. Plus, everyone loves babies. To enter is easy. Head on over to our Facebook page: www.facebook/canvaspress and click on the photo contest tab...or just click on this link and it will take you directly to the contest page: http://on.fb.me/14ffCVf

Then all you need is your favorite photo or photos of your baby. Professional photogs are also welcome to enter the contest. You can enter your photos through Wednesday, April 17th at midnight. Then voting will begin. Have your friends and family vote for your photo through the 24th of April. For this contest we are going to let the audience decide the winner. The three photos with the most votes will win. What are we giving away you ask? Well here is the break down:

  • 1st place will receive a 24"x36" 1.5" canvas print & 30% off any order for a year.

  • Second place will win a 16"x20" 1.5" canvas print & 20% off any order for a year.

  • Third place will win an 11"x14" 1.5" canvas print & 15% off any order for a year.

Winners will be announced on Thursday, April 25th on our Facebook page and we will showcase the winning photos here on the blog as well. We can't wait to see all of the great and cute baby photos that will be streaming through. We also hope that you have fun with it, share it with your friends. We love to build our community through events like these. The more you share with your friends the better our community gets.

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