Let’s welcome in the New Year with a “tip of our hats” and hope that nothing along the 2012 road causes us to “hold on to our hats”. The whole idea prompts me to take a look at hats on canvas!
Barbara asked us to put this sweet photo on Canvas. “It was a wonderful experience! So quick and easy,” she told us. “My photo was twenty years old and needed cropping. You guys did a wonderful job. I will definitely recommend you to everyone.”
Radelle is a professional photographer. “This is a photo of my two-year-old son. It is my favorite photo of his life thus far, and I cherish it beyond words! As a pro photographer, I was using a different canvas company. Once this canvas arrived from Canvas on Demand, I think it’s safe to say that I’ve now switched. I am SO PLEASED! It literally took my breath away. I gasped when I saw it. My son came running to ask me what was wrong. It was that nice. The printing and shipping time was very quick, and you shipped to Canada with no problems, no hiccups at all. LOVE IT!” I love it too, Radelle. Your little son is a charmer, so I can see why you cherish this canvas so!
This next customer was on her way to the zoo and captured this photo of a young zookeeper. “I want to say thanks for the wonderful work you did on the canvas that I ordered. Your team went above and beyond! My photo was not sized right and your customer service representative contacted me to say you would upgrade the size at no additional charge to me. That blew me away! Most other companies would have just cropped the photo or canceled my order. I just wanted to say thanks again! I will be a returning customer!”
Susan loved this photo of her grandson, but she didn’t want the people in the background. “I just wanted Canvas on Demand to capture my grandson’s utter joy! The service was exceptional and the canvas is fantastic! The end result far exceeded my expectations, and I could not be happier. In fact, I am going to order another for my son and daughter-in-law as a gift.”
Idioms are often great reminders and encouragers. “Taking off our hats” is a way of showing honor and anticipation…and a way of welcoming. Let’s launch this year with such an attitude! Mom