Display Baby On Canvas

March 10, 2010

OK, we have talked about how to photograph your baby. We explored the many stages of the babies development that present interesting opportunities to capture some really incredible images. The rapid changes in your baby have been noted, and a sense of urgency instilled to make sure you take photographs of your baby often.

There is perhaps no better time in the life of your child to capture photos that will be treasured by parents, grand parents, siblings and even the child themselves throughout their lives. Many of these images will be passed down from generation to generation, so making sure they last should be a priority.

Over the years I have taken thousands of photographs, and somewhere amongst all of them have been photos that just leaped out at me, screaming to be enlarged and displayed in one form or another. Throughout our home you will find photographs of our children and grand children displayed in frames, on posters and even printed on canvas.

Photo Of Sleeping Baby On Canvas

Photo Of Sleeping Baby On Canvas

Having a really great photo of your baby printed on canvas can provide your home with a great decorating tool, and it will be a wonderful conversation starter and source of many questions and interest from visitors.

For example, look at the image on the right of a sleeping baby printed on canvas with wrapped edges. It can be hung on a wall just as is, and instead of decorating your home or babies room with someone else’s art work, why not decorate with your very own art work created from your efforts at photography? You have some great photos of your baby, why not share your baby’s photo on canvas? Use Coupon Code: CODAFFNEWS0310 for an additional 12% off of your canvas print! Trust me, you will be glad you did.

Baby & Sister Framed Photo On Canvas

Baby & Sister Framed Photo On Canvas

Or look at the framed photo printed on canvas on the left. Here baby and sister are captured in a peaceful portrait which shows the closeness of siblings and evokes an emotion of peacefulness and security.

What a great way to decorate your child’s room. This kind of photo printed on canvas can create a personal, welcoming and peaceful addition to their room making your child feel safer, loved and confident.

It also becomes an heirloom which can be passed down when your child has children of their own and want to tell them about their life and history. Beautiful photographs taken by yourself, printed on canvas and displayed throughout your home can reinforce family solidarity and create a welcoming warmth that will last forever.

To learn more about how to accomplish this you can find the answers to frequently asked questions right here! Use Coupon Code: CODAFFNEWS0310 for an additional 12% off of your canvas print!

Remember, keep taking lots and lots of photographs of your kids. You will be glad you did!

Betty Muscott, Child Photographer

Betty Muscott, Child Photographer

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