Contact & Shop Information

AJ4

Like any of the ideas you see here but don’t have the time or energy to tackle it yourself? Contact me and see what we can work out. I would love to make you anything you see featured here PLUS add any special touches to make it personal to you.

Visit my etsy shop here.

Follow me on facebook here.

Email me anytime at Trendthrifting@gmail.com

12 thoughts on “Contact & Shop Information

  1. Jerome says:

    What is your biggest size for canvas printing? Thank you!

    • It is the 36 x 48 inches offered by staples. You may be able to find larger somewhere else. Some commenters had great sources for other printing options. Thanks for visiting the blog!

  2. Lyn says:

    Well, I’m dumb…….you put the adhesive on the board and then smooth the picture over that, right?

  3. Ashley says:

    Will Staples be able to do a canvas printing from pictures off of my phone?

    • Ashley, my guess would be that the pixelation isn’t going to be great when a picture taken on your phone is blown up on the engineering print. I had a few non-professional pictures blown up and they didn’t work out well for me. That being said you could always try one and see how it turns out before committing too much time and energy. Best of luck!

  4. britneyloveit says:

    I just used your DIY canvas picture on my blog hope you don’t mind. I inserted a link to redirect people to your blog site. I just love that idea and want to use it for our living room.

  5. Patti says:

    I’m slow…lol…if your board was 4×8….and your pic was 3×4….how were you able to cover the board with the pic? I love what you did and want to be sure I’m doing it right…thanks

    • The insulation board I purchased was 4×8. A sweet man at Lowes cut the board into four equal pieces (2 feet wide each) for me so I could fit them in my car. When I got home, I sliced off about four inches off each top. So each piece measured 2 feet wide and around 3 and 2/3 feet tall after all was said and done.Hope that helps!

  6. Leah Alt says:

    I found your picture of the whitewashed fireplace on Pinterest, but the link to the how-to instructions was broken and I don’t know how to find it on your blog. Do you mind sending it to me? I want mine to look as fabulous as yours!

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