Thursday, December 27, 2012
Custom-Size Art from Gallery Direct
Wow, I absolutely can not believe that it is almost 2013! Honestly, where did 2012 go? This year seems to have flown by; it was such a great year too! So, I guess it is time for my last Gallery Direct Ambassador post of 2012! Recently Gallery Direct updated their website-actually, more than an update, it's like a whole new site. There are many great changes that were made, and some new features as well. I think the best new feature they've added is the ability to get your art and photos in custom sizes, as well as custom framing options!
I had this small area on my wall that was just begging for some art or a photo. Not real big, but it just looked too bare. So, when I saw the custom size option, I knew this would be perfect for getting something small enough to fit in that bare spot on my wall. I knew exactly what I wanted on the piece, too. A few weeks ago I heard a song that is so beautiful, and the chorus fit beautifully with a photo I had found. It was so easy to upload the photo, and see how the actual print would look on the various materials, and with different frames. The next step was choosing the size, which I ordered in the smallest possible-I believe it was 12x10 for the picture I had uploaded.
Honestly, after all the reviews I have done with Gallery Direct, you would think nothing could amaze me, right? I mean, I have probably close to 15 pieces in my home ordered from Gallery Direct. However, when I unwrapped this newest one, I was stunned. It is absolutely breathtaking! The frame perfectly sets off the picture, and the whole presentation is just gorgeous. It fits perfectly on my bedroom wall, too. Immediately after hanging it, someone walked in and said "Where did you get that?!" So, I'm not just prejudiced-it really does look great!
Be sure to visit Gallery Direct and look at all their options for art and custom photo printing! They have a great sale running right now as well; 45% off site-wide, 60% off oversized photos, and free shipping!
Posted by Hope at 2:04 PM