October Deal of the Month - Up To 50% Off Canvas Prints

by Eric Von Lehmden | October 10, 2014

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It has quickly become that time of month. Time for our Deal of the Month to begin. We think that this month's deal is the best deal yet. This month you can feel good about making that wall collage you have always wanted, or you can stock up for Christmas gifts. Because you can save 50% on all orders of 5 or more canvas prints. You can also save 40% on single canvas print orders. So we've got you covered. Oh, and this sale will on metal prints and photo paper prints too. There is no limit on the size of the canvases you choose either. Note that some large canvas prints (ie 40"x60") will incur a freight shipping charge.

This is the perfect for anyone who wants to create a wall collage or if you have multiple rooms that need artwork. Professional artists can purchase several prints of the same piece to sell at and upcoming gallery show or festival. Always wanted to print several of your Instagram images on canvas? Now is the time.

Here is how it works. Head over to our Deal of the Month page to see the promo codes to use on your order. If you are going to take advantage of the 50% off sale make sure you order at least 5 canvas prints. These can be 5 different images and sizes or they can all be the same exact photo and same size. It is completely up to you. If you are adding different photos you will upload them each and choose the size and crop for each then add it to the cart. There is a button in the cart that will say "Keep Shopping". Click on that to upload your next photo.

If you need help deciding what type of collage you should do be sure to check out Caroline's awesome blog post where she even measured some of the most popular collage styles you have seen on the internet and Pinterest. You could also contact us at support@canvaspress.com for more assistance.

We can't wait to see what you create. Just be forewarned that the sale will end on Friday, October 24th at Midnight (PST). So you have a little time to get your images together.

 

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