Positioning your image
When uploading your chosen image, ensure that the entire print area is covered with the background of your image. The red lines shown in the design interface are where your canvas will be wrapped around the frame. The gallery wrap style means your design continues onto the sides of the canvas so this needs to be filled. You can also add a background colour, this prevents your canvas from being printed with unwanted white lines.
When you select your photos, check to see whether they’re portrait or landscape so you can choose the canvas dimensions that will best showcase your prints. To give a stylish and professional look to your canvases, we wrap your image around the sides. This means that the edges of your photo won’t appear on the front, so keep all important features or text inside the red dotted square when you’re designing.
Mini Canvas Art Inspiration
Three part photo prints enable you to tell a story through your own snaps. Photos from the same scene, but taken at different angles, such as being carried out of the church on your wedding day, looks great when displayed in succession. The emotion really comes through and brings still images to life.
Give each canvas panel its own individual look by changing the filters in our design tool. Leave one print in full colour, but edit the other two to black and white, and sepia. When hung in a diagonal line or random cluster, this quirky design will look striking.
As a unique photo gift for your son or daughters 18th birthday, design small canvas prints as a timeline, choosing memorable moments from their life. This a special way to celebrate this milestone birthday.