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        09-23-2008, 06:53 AM
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    Your Pet Printed On Canvas

    My Family are owners of a Logo Designers (Sewimpressive) and have taken on new equipment to start doing canvas unfortunately they are not introducing until 2009 basically because they have enough on there hands so iv decided to take it on until then.
    So while my dad learning me the software and printing machines he will needing some pictures high quality picture. I wont be doing any of it donít worry . I could have done pictures on all of mine but would of just got boring. So if you have any great quality picture of your pets close up maybe?? I am only looking for about 20 prints.
    I can transform your favourite photos from home into a work of art by printing them directly onto high quality real fibre artist cotton canvas. The canvas prints are then stretched over a tough wooden strainer frame which is handmade by Sewimpressive.

    Prices and Sizes
    2cm 5cm
    30cm x 30cms -£22.00 - £37.00
    50cm x 50cms- £34.00 - £52.00

    The 2cm and 5cm is the size of wood we would be using.

    2009 Prices and Sizes

    2cm 5cm
    30cm x 30cm £29 £49
    50cm x 50cm £49 £75
    70cm x 70cm £69 £99
    80cm x 80cm £99 £150
    100cm x 100cm £179 £195
    120cm x 120cm £219 £240


    To send picture please email me them to jess_59_69@hotmail.com

    Here is one of the pet canvas before we send it off, its a picture of somones american bold eagal and its *** to give you an idea of the quality we need to make them look this good. This canvas is the smallest one we do so gives you an idea of size too




         

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