I am seriously very excited to tell you about this 16X20 GALLERY WRAPPED CANVAS PRINT that I am giving away. Gallery wrapped canvas prints are so beautiful as is that they can pretty much be hung on your wall without worrying about extra framing, and I actually prefer them to frames prints, which is why I am excited to tell you the next thing which is very, very awesome.
On behalf of UPrinting.com, who do everything from business cards to poster printing, I am giving away a 16X20 GALLERY WRAPPED CANVAS PRINT. Oh, right. I already told you that. Well, what I haven't told you is that this giveaway is in honour of Father's Day, which makes this giveaway extra awesome, because I don't know about you, but I find my father particularly difficult to buy for. I feel like I am far too old to rely on the old golf balls/tie/socks routine, but I'd feel kind of weird giving him a hammer *, and this gallery wrapped canvas print idea is perfect for him. There is this one photograph that his late brother took of me when I was three years old, and I'm thinking that that one is perfect for a canvas print to give him for Father's Day. It has just the right amount of sentimentality and family history tied to it.
Right, so on to the giveaway! Here's how to enter for TWO chances to win:
1) Are you a Canadian or United States resident? Yes? Then move on to number two.
2) In the comments, describe the photo you would use for your gallery wrapped canvas print if you won.
3) If you would like to have two chances to win, post an entry about this giveaway on your own weblog with a link back to this entry.
You have until the evening of May 31, 2009 to enter. I will assign each of the entries a number and use random.org to pick a winner, after which I will post an entry announcing the lucky entrant.
So, what would you like to see on your gallery wrapped canvas print?
Good luck everyone!
* I'm not exactly sure why I defaulted to a hammer as being the alternative gift to the usual golf balls/tie/socks. I guess that I just don't know a whole lot about tools or other things that my dad might be interested in, and my dad's a man's man kind of guy, so I picked the most basic tool I could think of that I know he'd find useful, although, to be honest, I've never seen him hammer anything that I can remember.