President’s Day Sale for a Photo Canvas

To commemorate the great men that have founded and led this country, today we celebrate President’s Day. It is a day that falls on the third Monday of each February. today we give gratitude to our great founders such as President George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. Government institutions, the post office, and best of all… school is closed! Today we would like to celebrate with everyone by having a President’s Day Sale at Make Canvas Prints.  We are offering 15% off the purchase of a photo canvas!

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A Little History

Originally, President’s Day was celebrated on February 22, which is George Washington’s date of birth, (February 22, 1732 to be exact)  The date of President’s Day was changed in 1968 by President Johnson, who signed the Uniform Holiday bill so that all government holidays would fall on a Monday. Strategically chosen, this would give people an automatic three day weekend. Yes!

Blossoms in D.C.

A trip to D.C. makes for awesome photo opportunities. There is the White house, the Capitol, the Lincoln Memorial, and spring time with the beautiful cherry blossoms. April is said to be the peak time this year to catch the blossoming views that cover the city. The exact day of the peak bloom is predicted to be on April 10th 2016 this year. With cameras ready, it would be delightful day to snap a picture to be put on a custom photo canvas.

Custom Photo Canvas

At Make Canvas Prints, it is easy to turn your photos into a photo canvas. All you need to do is upload the photo onto the designer tool and do slight adjustments if needed. The designer tool allows you to resize the image and position it the way you would like it to be on the photo canvas. You can even add small text in the corner to record the date that the picture was taken.

 

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President’s Day Photo Canvas

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