CanvasPop and DNA11 Offer the World's Most Personalized Art this Valentine's Day

CanvasPop and DNA 11 are putting the love back in Valentine's Day. Boring, unoriginal Valentine's Day gifts are out and personalized gifts are in. CanvasPop and DNA 11 make it easy and fun to create personalized gifts that are sure to get a great reaction!

Valentine's Day is about love and genuine, heartfelt sentiment. The usual contenders, chocolates, jewelry and roses are all easy, but the growing trend towards personalization means they just don't cut it when gift givers want to impress. Personalized art is a popular and fun way to create lasting memories this year.

"In a world filled with generic products, giving something as personal as a DNA Portrait or personalized photo on canvas has true meaning," said Adrian Salamunovic, co-founder.

CanvasPop and its sister company DNA11 are offering two personalized gift solutions for Valentine's Day:

A DNA 11 personalized art portrait shows real creativity. Combine the DNA of you and your Valentine on one canvas for the ultimate expression of love. DNA 11 ships to over 50 countries and pricing starts at $199.

-Create a 'his and hers" DNA Splitscreen Portrait
-Gift givers can surprise their Valentine with a KISS Portrait from her lips
-Turn a fingerprint into a personalized piece of art

CanvasPop also has some great ideas for giving personalized art this Valentine's Day. Pricing starts at $30.
-Create a photo collage of favorite photos
-A wedding or engagement photo printed on canvas
-Create a mosaic from Instagram photos
-Add a filter or effect to a treasured family photo

Every CanvasPop canvas print comes printed on archival grade canvas and is backed by a 100% lifetime guarantee. Plus, every customer gets a one-on-one consultation with a designer and unlimited free digital proofs to guarantee their print turns out perfectly.




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