Snapbox – Free your photos – Review

I take a lot of photos. Seriously A LOT! Some of them make it onto instagram or our Facebook page, but many end up in folders on my external hardrive. I have dreams of printing lots off and filling our walls with gorgeous pictures of my family. But presently we are residing in someone elses home. So walls we can plaster with photos are limited. When we were contacted by Snapbox to give their service  a go, I was curious.

Snapbox allows you to select a photo, either via your mobile camera roll or PC if you have one and have it printed onto canvas in a cute little box frame.  They then ship you your canvas in a well protected cardboard box and voila, you have freed one of your photos and turned it into a lovely canvas. Bonus is the box can freestand, which has meant we haven’t had to drill any holes or bang anything into the wall. It sits neatly on our book shelf, patiently waiting for the day it gets to hang in our new home.

Snapbox
Each SnapBox is a PhotoGiclée (which is a fancy way of saying it’s printed on an inkjet printer) gallery wrapped stretched canvas print with a 100% wood baked black enamel frame with 1.75in. (4.45cm) depth. The prints are available in 5 different sizes from 5in. x 5in. (13cm x 13cm) to 10in. x 13in. (25cm x 33cm). They also arrive with pre-installed hardware all ready for you to hang on your wall. I also think the prices are very reasonable for what your receive, they start from £19.99 for the smallest size up to £49.99 for the largest.

I could see myself ordering prints for family members and getting them to post to them directly. It really is an easy way to free your photos.

*We received this item for the purpose of this review. All views and opinions are our own.

 

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