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Photo canvas 100x75cm £20 + P&P - £25.00 delivered @ My-picture.com

£25.00 @ My Picture
Autumn comes with big savings! Newsletter Special until Saturday: Get 79% OFF huge size Canvas! Offer valid until Saturday, 22/10/2016, 11.59 pm.
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Autumn comes with big savings!

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1 Like #1
Hot deal 8)
Picnova need to look out as there is competition about.
1 Like #2
Thank you! Just ordered, will make a great xmas present :D

Ought to mention there is a £5 delivery fee if you don't spend £45 though, even so £25 total is still a great deal

Edited By: jfmr on Oct 21, 2016 18:38: Added more info on deal
3 Likes #3
A1 size which is 20 inches by 30 inches just £13 delivered here in case anyone's interested https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B003ILN9DS/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o02_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
#4
These guys will spam u all the time. Very happy with my order in the past.
#5
magicalex9
These guys will spam u all the time. Very happy with my order in the past.



Edited By: Tallulah Belle on Oct 21, 2016 21:03
#6
magicalex9
These guys will spam u all the time. Very happy with my order in the past.



Edited By: Tallulah Belle on Oct 21, 2016 21:04
8 Likes #7
if you have an empty Kellogg's box lying around, you can just rip the back off and take it to asda and ask a member of staff to open the printer and put the cardboard in there. then you can print your own images onto it for around 5p. you can't tell the difference when it's on your wall, unless you get quite close to it. I printed a few for my nan, one of her cat, Mr Winkles, and one of grandad. she has one above her fireplace and one in her bed room. you can also use rice Krispies, not just cornflakes.
3 Likes #8
maltikism
if you have an empty Kellogg's box lying around, you can just rip the back off and take it to asda and ask a member of staff to open the printer and put the cardboard in there. then you can print your own images onto it for around 5p. you can't tell the difference when it's on your wall, unless you get quite close to it. I printed a few for my nan, one of her cat, Mr Winkles, and one of grandad. she has one above her fireplace and one in her bed room. you can also use rice Krispies, not just cornflakes.

Can I use Coco Pops?
1 Like #9
maltikism
if you have an empty Kellogg's box lying around, you can just rip the back off and take it to asda and ask a member of staff to open the printer and put the cardboard in there. then you can print your own images onto it for around 5p. you can't tell the difference when it's on your wall, unless you get quite close to it. I printed a few for my nan, one of her cat, Mr Winkles, and one of grandad. she has one above her fireplace and one in her bed room. you can also use rice Krispies, not just cornflakes.

When they do Cornflakes or Rice Krispies in giant size 3 foot boxes I'll give it a go :p
#10
Freddie Mercury
maltikism
if you have an empty Kellogg's box lying around, you can just rip the back off and take it to asda and ask a member of staff to open the printer and put the cardboard in there. then you can print your own images onto it for around 5p. you can't tell the difference when it's on your wall, unless you get quite close to it. I printed a few for my nan, one of her cat, Mr Winkles, and one of grandad. she has one above her fireplace and one in her bed room. you can also use rice Krispies, not just cornflakes.

Can I use Coco Pops?


​What about weetabix?
#11
arotabi
Freddie Mercury
maltikism
if you have an empty Kellogg's box lying around, you can just rip the back off and take it to asda and ask a member of staff to open the printer and put the cardboard in there. then you can print your own images onto it for around 5p. you can't tell the difference when it's on your wall, unless you get quite close to it. I printed a few for my nan, one of her cat, Mr Winkles, and one of grandad. she has one above her fireplace and one in her bed room. you can also use rice Krispies, not just cornflakes.

Can I use Coco Pops?


​What about weetabix?


​what about fruit loops?
#12
majortom
A1 size which is 20 inches by 30 inches just £13 delivered here in case anyone's interested https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B003ILN9DS/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o02_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

reading their questions was a hoot! I wanted to know if they combine postage for multiple orders... states £8 for 10 canvasses on one of the replies

A1 is bigger than 20"x30" so they're kind of misleading you, but the price is good
#13
maltikism
if you have an empty Kellogg's box lying around, you can just rip the back off and take it to asda and ask a member of staff to open the printer and put the cardboard in there. then you can print your own images onto it for around 5p. you can't tell the difference when it's on your wall, unless you get quite close to it. I printed a few for my nan, one of her cat, Mr Winkles, and one of grandad. she has one above her fireplace and one in her bed room. you can also use rice Krispies, not just cornflakes.
What!
#14
a1 size is a good price
1 Like #15
I don't have any photos that would be quite up to the standard to put on a was. Can anyone suggest a good source of images to use with these canvases?
1 Like #16
Freddie Mercury
maltikism
if you have an empty Kellogg's box lying around, you can just rip the back off and take it to asda and ask a member of staff to open the printer and put the cardboard in there. then you can print your own images onto it for around 5p. you can't tell the difference when it's on your wall, unless you get quite close to it. I printed a few for my nan, one of her cat, Mr Winkles, and one of grandad. she has one above her fireplace and one in her bed room. you can also use rice Krispies, not just cornflakes.
Can I use Coco Pops?

Only if you'd rather have a bowl of Coco Pops.
#17
maltikism
if you have an empty Kellogg's box lying around, you can just rip the back off and take it to asda and ask a member of staff to open the printer and put the cardboard in there. then you can print your own images onto it for around 5p. you can't tell the difference when it's on your wall, unless you get quite close to it. I printed a few for my nan, one of her cat, Mr Winkles, and one of grandad. she has one above her fireplace and one in her bed room. you can also use rice Krispies, not just cornflakes.

The owner of the HUKD member of the year has just been nominated!
#18
Freddie Mercury
maltikism
if you have an empty Kellogg's box lying around, you can just rip the back off and take it to asda and ask a member of staff to open the printer and put the cardboard in there. then you can print your own images onto it for around 5p. you can't tell the difference when it's on your wall, unless you get quite close to it. I printed a few for my nan, one of her cat, Mr Winkles, and one of grandad. she has one above her fireplace and one in her bed room. you can also use rice Krispies, not just cornflakes.
Can I use Coco Pops?

Racist!
#19
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#20
maltikism
if you have an empty Kellogg's box lying around, you can just rip the back off and take it to asda and ask a member of staff to open the printer and put the cardboard in there. then you can print your own images onto it for around 5p. you can't tell the difference when it's on your wall, unless you get quite close to it. I printed a few for my nan, one of her cat, Mr Winkles, and one of grandad. she has one above her fireplace and one in her bed room. you can also use rice Krispies, not just cornflakes.
Are you sure? I dont want to look like a plonker at asda haha

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