There’s no denying that sisters make the best of friends. Show the adoration you have for your partner in crime with a Sisters Make the Best Friend Canvas that says it all!
Available in a 16” x 20” or 11” x 14” canvas, this print will look great on any bedroom wall or living room mantle
Our professional artists dedicate their time to meticulously gallery wrap your sister photo over the frame to create a museum-like finish
We create a keepsake that lasts by using latex inks that are non-toxic, environment-friendly, and abrasion, moisture, and scratching resistant to ensure your memory lasts a lifetime!
How do I choose a photo for my Sisters Make the Best Friend Canvas?
She’s been by your side during your highest of highs and your lowest of lows. Your sister knows more about you than anyone else—your secrets, your crushes, all the things that annoy you. Show your appreciation for her by choosing among the thousands of photos stored on your computer, Facebook, or Instagram that perfectly depicts the bond you two share. Maybe a throwback picture of you two playing in the fall leaves? Or perhaps a recent image of you two dancing on the beach? You know her best, so you get to choose!
Once you find your favorite photo you have with her, upload it straight from your phone, computer, or social media page! From there, we’ll take care of the rest by using Greenguard Gold Certified Inks on a heavyweight poly/cotton blend canvas to bring your photo to life.
What type of image should I use for my canvas?
We suggest using a JPEG or PNG image with a file size around 2MB for your Sisters Make the Best Friends Sign. The larger the file size, the greater the resolution, meaning a more crystal-clear image. We accept image files as large as 26MB and ones as low as 700KB. To ensure the best quality print, use an image with a resolution of 1950 x 2400 for our 11” x 14” canvas, and a resolution of 2700 x 3300 for our 16” x 20” canvas. To check the resolution of your photo, simply right click on your picture, click “Properties,” and look at the height and width of your image—this is the resolution.