It’s just a few weeks until Mother’s Day but there’s still plenty of time to put together a very personal present that will last long after a bouquet of flowers would have wilted and withered. Whether you’re a photographer, scribbler or a wordsmith in the making, we’ve got ideas for creative canvas print presents that can be made by children of all ages. Plus, you can order them to be delivered direct to your mum too!
Turn that fridge drawing into wonderful wall art
Little one’s pencil or painting drawings make fantastic personalised prints and on they’ll receive far more admirers on the wall than on the fridge. If you don’t have a suitable sketch it’s time to put pencil to paper to scribble something special. Why not start with a portrait of mummy?
A Letter of thanks
Mother’s day is all about saying thank you for the little things your mum does all year round, so why not write her a letter of thanks explaining all the things you are thankful for? Just handwrite on the paper of your choice and upload ready to transfer to canvas, you can even add some illustrations if you like!
As well as exploring what you love about your mum you could also take some time to remember all the things she loves and turn them into a visual representation for her to enjoy. Your mum loves canvas print may just be a list of all her likes or photographs of the things that make her smile. With a little help from editing software like Photoshop it could well be both and in a few simple steps your mum will have a canvas print that’s totally unique.
Home is where mum is
You don’t have to be an expert photographer to take a snap that shows some sentiment. With a simple point and shoot or a smartphone you can take a photograph of your own home. Next, simply caption with “home is where mum is” and user our easy uploader to have your personalised photo and message printed on canvas.
Share a story
Is there a favourite bedtime story, song or poem you and your mum share? If so, write out a few lines to be print onto canvas. She can hang it by her bed and think of you every time she sees it, whether you’re around for bedtime or not.
What do you think of these custom canvas print ideas? Will you be testing out any this Mother’s Day or do you have another project in the pipeline? We’d love to hear what you have planned!