|Sizes||8x10", 10x10", 11x14", 10x20", 16x16", 10x30", 16x20", 16x24", 20x20", 20x24", 20x30", 24x30", or 24x36"|
|Material||Printed on fine art canvas and wrapped around a 1.5" stretcher frame|
|Important||To ensure proper positioning of your image please refer to the preview tab when ordering Gallery Wraps|
|Retouching||Remove slight imperfections from your images|
Canvas Gallery Wraps by Mpix Home Decor: Discover your inner artist.
Decorate and refresh your walls with a personalized Canvas Gallery Wrap from Mpix.
Transform your favorite digital photos and create a gorgeous piece of unique wall art for your home. Have your photos printed on professional quality canvas and then gallery-wrapped around a 1.5” wooden stretcher frame. Delivered in just a few days, your canvas print arrives ready-to-hang right out of the box. Choose from a variety of dimensions to find the perfect fit for your photos, and for your walls.
Your pictures are already priceless; now turn them into authentic art with Canvas Gallery Wraps from Mpix.
Can you mirror the edges of the image for the 1.5" wrap? I ordered a canvas from a different shop this way and it was IDEAL. Entire image on the front but the impression of an image wrap. The photos I take for clients all include an edge that could be mirrored on a 1.5" wrap.
Hey Jeannine! Our customer service team will be happy to help. Please email our agents at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Emily Davis Ziegler|
Is there an image of this mirrored edge you are referring to? I'd like to see what it looks like.
|Vicki Stimax Faix|
I have a family picture with six of us in it. I've seen on pinterest where they have taken a family photo and cut it into three sections making three canvas pictures instead of the one. Can that be done through Mpix?
Hey Vicki! If you e-mail our customer service team, they will be happy to assist you with this order. Their e-mail address is email@example.com. Thanks!
Can I have plain on the sides? or does it have to be the picture wrapped all the way around?
Hi Kamber. We are able to add a white, black or blur border to your Gallery Wrap rather than having your image wrap all the way around the product. You would just need to email our customer service team at firstname.lastname@example.org immediately after placing your order and ask us to apply the border for you.
Mpix Great! Thanks so much!
I have 2 pictures I want to get printed on a canvas, but both are being cut off more than half of the picture... not understanding how I can fix this, want the whole body in the canvas. I can do the whole body on other websites but only print through your company because of the quality..please help!
Thank you for reaching out to us about this, Bethany. Our customer service team will be happy to help. Please email us at email@example.com.
Hi, i'm trying to do a canvas gallery wrap and my picture is a close up and most of it gets cut off. How can i zoom out to fit the whole pic on the canvas?
Hi Rose. Our customer service team will be able to work through possible solutions with you. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Kristin Helmer Erlandson|
I'm trying to order a canvas wrap and my picture goes the long way and it's only showing one way. Can you have that changed?
Hi Kristin. When you drag the image to the Gallery Wrap template, you can click on the image and a tool bar will open. You can use both rotation tools to rotate the image and/or the template to the correct orientation. Be sure to preview the Gallery Wrap to see how it will be wrapped.
|Jamie Lambert Christopherson|
I'm very upset. I've been trying to figure out how to order a 24x30 Gallery Wrap, and it says the Image does not meet minimum resolution of 2400 by 3000. I had these photos professionally taken. Is there ANY way to resolve this? Thank you!
|Mandy Bredeson Reckward|
Mpix says that alot I have noticed...but then the pics are just fine.
|Julie Full Hussey|
Do I have to rotate my photo before uploading to MPIX in order to get a landscape photo to be properly printed on a wrap around canvas or is there a way to flip the canvas preview so I can actually drag a landscape image into the box to view it properly? Does this make sense what I am asking? Thanks.
Hi Julie. You can rotate the photo right in the Gallery Wrap image editor. After dragging your photo onto the wrap template, click on the image to edit. Then click on Rotate Image and adjust the crop accordingly.
|Jamie Lambert Christopherson|
In heaven!! My hubby figured it out and it's ordered!! Even the biggest one :)