Mar 242015

Canvas Factory

A few weeks ago miss 4 was asked to bring a photo album of her family along to kindy to share with her class. She has 3 siblings, we have pets, we go on exciting holidays and fun outings, there really is plenty to talk about. The problem was that we did not have any (absolutely none!) photos printed of any of these special people or memories.

Canvas Collage Canvas Factory

This day and age it is easier than ever to take photos and most of us have a huge digital photo collection, yet when was the last time you actually chose some of your favourite snaps to print or display on your living room wall? Last week it took me all of five minutes to select some photos of our family and create this lovely Canvas Factory canvas collage, so much quicker and easier than I thought!

Canvas Collage Family

The Canvas Factory website is super easy to navigate and you can put together your unique canvas in just a few clicks. Simply choose the canvas size and design that suits your taste and decor, then drop in your chosen pictures and resize or zoom where needed and you’re done! You can even import your best snaps directly from your social media accounts, very handy if you are a Facebook or Instagram fan.

For a limited time only save a massive 75% storewide at Canvas Factory, an offer like this won’t last so dig up your favourite photos and create you own unique piece of art today.

If you’re an impatient person like me you’ll be pleased to know that orders are delivered in just 5-10 business days, my order took 6 business days to arrive and we popped it on the wall straight away. I think it looks absolutely lovely and at just $27.20 (in the current sale) it is a real bargain for something so unique and personal. With Mother’s Day coming up in May this would be a fantastic gift idea for yourself or grandma.

Canvas Factory Photo Collage

To find out more about Canvas Factory, to browse the options and to order your own canvas online visit, delivery is $14.95 Australia wide and orders over $100 ship FREE.

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Feb 022012

Now that school is in full swing again it won’t be long before your little students come home with their first drawings and artworks of the season. Those first ones will proudly hang on your pinboard or fridge and before you know it you can’t see the doors of your fridge anymore. Every single artwork is special in its own way and most parents want to keep as many of those precious artworks as possible. But how to do this in a neat and representable way?

The team at Art Eater has come up with three awesome ways to showcase your kids’ artwork so you can enjoy and admire it for longer. In fact Art Eater is one of the very few Australian retailers selling the fantastic Li’l Davinci Art Cabinets. This clever combination between a cabinet and a photo frame allows you to store up to 50 pages in the one frame and changing the artwork on display as often as you like without any effort.

To add the latest creation to your Li’l Davinci Art Cabinet you simply open it from the front and place the new piece in front of the others, close the door and voila, there is a new artwork to admire. The frame is surprisingly thin so it will look very similar to a regular photo frame and is available in several colour options to suit your interior. Depending on what size paper your child works with most, and how much wall space you have, there is choice of A4, A3 and A2 size.

With the twins starting kindy this year I can expect many handmade creations to make their way into our house so I am creating a special wall area to hang up three Li’l Davinci Art Cabinets, one for each child. It’s a great way to show your child you think their work is fantastic and worth looking at, and it looks organised and tidy too! The beautifully made Li’l Davinci Art Cabinets are priced between $65 and $125.

To find out more about Art Eater, to take a closer look at the Li’l Davinci Art Cabinets and to order online visit

For your chance to win a A3 Li’l Davinci Art Cabinet (RRP $85) in your favourite colour (subject to availability) visit and answer the following question: Which colour Li’l Davinci Art Cabinet would you choose and where would you hang it?

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