May 17, 2011

Putting Your Favorite Dog-Cat-Horse Photos On Stretched Canvas

Last week Nitro and I did our first Roanoke Pet Expo to promote three of the local horse websites and my dog blog. Since I have spent the last twelve years in event marketing for a local radio station, I wanted my booth to stand out and be inviting so I decided to take six of my favorite photos and have them put on stretched canvas to display. One of my favorite blogs is with Ree Drummund. Ree recommended Color Incorporated Digital Lab (Color Inc.) because that's the company she uses for her stretched canvas photographs. Color Inc offers Gallery Wrapped Wall Clusters so I decided to commit to two sets of gallery wrapped wall clusters (for a total of six photos on stretched canvas). The prices were reasonable so I picked out six photos and here is what I came up with for my display (see top two photos below). I also decided I would hang the wrapped canvas photos in my living room when I was done at the Pet Expo. The following photos are of the Pet Expo display and my living room wall display. I am just thrilled with how they turned out and I highly recommend Color Inc. for fast service, high quality products and affordability.

Chris and I purchased a white piece of white lattice and put edges on each side and then hung it on the display rods so all we had to do is hang hooks off the lattice and hang the photos. This was a very economical display piece.

Here is my living room. I think they turned out lovely.
 I decided to add our big round pottery plate by Sue and Chris Holmquist into the mix and my mandolin.

 My sweet dogs Lexi and Tallulah on the top and the bottom two are of Nitro when he was younger.

 I love the additional colors this canvas cluster adds to my living room.

Lexi hanging out on her little bed on the couch. I had another horse canvas (the frontal of the paint horse) in this mix but I put it near the kitchen.

So if you ever thought about taking some of your favorite animal shots (or people shots - check out Color Inc. wedding display clusters), Color Inc. is the way to go.

1 comment:

  1. Looks great!! I love the plate too. I noticed it immediately, and little Lexi hanging out in such a lovely room. :)