I have always had a love of photography and being a scrapbooker means I have masses and masses of images saved to the PC and laptop. It’s not very often I actually get them printed out anymore though as most are showcased through my blog or social media. I do love having photographs around the home though but have noticed that since I moved I have a serious lack of pictures.
When My-Picture.co.uk approached me to work with them I was delighted to have the opportunity to start my picture wall and I have been hooked on their razor sharp images and simply perfect framing! I have to admit to buying some frames from Ikea a little while ago thinking I could do a wall of photographs but for some reason the frames just look quite cheap and flimsy. The ones that arrived from My-Picture are really thick and great quality and really highlight the beautiful photographs.
I opted for 2 of the smallest size, 20x20cm, for both Evie and Amelias pictures as they were just single images of the girls. The framed images go up from the size I ordered to a whopping 80×60 which would be fabulous for whole family pictures or wedding/christening etc. Besides framed pictures there are also canvases, acrylic photo prints, home decor, photo books and so much more!
The third image I chose was one taken of me and the girls at a christening. It was our first outing since I split with S and it kind of marks a new phase in our lives so I wanted something to show US.
The images are crystal clear and having ordered from numerous online photography stores in the past I wouldn’t hesitate to drop them all in favour of MyPicture.co.uk
Delivery was super fast and they were extremely well packaged. All 3 images cost just less than £50 delivered, which you would struggle to beat even if you were to buy the photographs and frames separately to try and do yourself.
So, that is the start of my photograph wall, once I have images of all the boys, Lauren, Milo and Baby E (who is due in April) I think it will look amazing and I really can’t wait to see how it all turns out!
This is a collaborative post with My-Picture. All views and opinions are my own and genuine.
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