Saving memories with My Picture UK

Saving memories with My – AD sent for review and giveaway

disclosure:  we were sent the items mentioned for review and I have been compensated for this post

As you all know, I am a prolific photographer.  I rarely go anywhere without either my phone or camera, and I love to capture moments from all of our adventures.  In this digital age, I’m not so good at actually printing pictures out but I do like to turn favourite photographs of my son into canvas prints.

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I’ve recently been saving memories with My when I was asked if I’d like to put one of my favourite shots from the year onto canvas.  I finally decided on a shot of my son I took from our trip to Painswick Rococo Garden back in February.  My son, red coat, stick in hand, kind of his signature look isn’t it?

The ordering process is really easy with My, and they have all sorts of photo gift options, but I knew exactly what I was looking for as I wanted to replace an older canvas I have on our living room wall.  So I opted for a 60×40 cm option (sizes range from 20×20 cm through to 120×80 cm).  All of the canvases are heavily discounted so instead of £49.99 the basic canvas print would cost £22.00.  You can zoom in on your photo image if you so wish, and add text if required too.

There are two options for frame thickness – 2cm is the standard size, but like me, you can upgrade to the 4 cm XXL size for an additional £5.00.

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For this particular canvas I opted for a stretched edge, but you could decide on a white or black, mirrored or folded edge instead.

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When saving memories with My you can also arrange for your canvas to be framed, there are various frame colour options available at an additional charge.  You could also opt to have your photograph converted to a black and white canvas if you so wished.  I did add the £3.00 hanger set to go with my canvas, which comes with a cord, hanging hooks, nails and screw fixings.  If your order is over £45.00 then UK shipping is provided free of charge.  For my order, the shipping cost would be £5.00.

Delivery was prompt and my new canvas was well packaged.  I was a little concerned that the discounted pricing would mean my canvas wouldn’t be such good quality, but I really needn’t have worried.  The photographic reproduction is good and we’re all really pleased with the final result.  Even the subject approves!

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As it’s becoming more and more apparent that we should all be wearing masks in shops (and in my opinion any indoor environment where social distancing can’t be kept to two metres) I wanted to make the idea a little easier for my son to cope with.  A personalised face mask seemed like a good idea and when I spotted the range that My have I knew they’d work well for us.

personalised face masks

The PREMIUM CUSTOMASK® face masks are suitable for anyone aged 6 years and over and feature elastic earloops. They are made of antibacterial material and are suitable for washing at 60 degrees C, they are not medical grade. They also come with a flexible metal nosepiece which I’ve found really useful as a glasses wearer – I’ve not experienced any fogging when wearing my mask.

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You can either upload your own photo or pick from one of the pre-set patterns or designs to create your mask.  For my son we decided on a photo of his cat Paddington, the OH liked the Union Jack design and I couldn’t decide on which photo to upload so I settled on a graduated pattern of pinks and blues which I figured would go with pretty much anything I wear.

We’ve all found the masks comfortable to wear and they’ve washed well.  I’ve placed them inside a net laundry bag before putting inside the washing machine just in case the plastic adjuster ring on the straps come loose, but so far so good on that score.

I also have a 10% reader discount code to share with you all which is valid against all products on the My website – use code OVER40MUMTOONE10.

I’m pleased to be able to offer one lucky reader the chance to win a £50.00 voucher code + free shipping, to use on the My website.  Complete the Gleam form below for your chance to win.  Good luck!

Terms and conditions:

(Please note that all entries will be checked against comments for validation).

Only the first step of this form is mandatory, all other steps are optional. Only one entry per person is allowed.

This giveaway is for UK residents only.

Once a winner is randomly picked, I will check if the winner has done what was requested and I will contact them, if they do not reply within one week, the prize will be allocated to another person.  The winner’s details will be sent to My, in order that they can arrange delivery.  Please allow 28 days for delivery.

The giveaway will close on 16th August 2020 at midnight.

win a £50.00 voucher code + free shipping, to use on the My website

154 thoughts on “Saving memories with My – AD sent for review and giveaway

  1. I’ve already used My Picture to get some canvases for my living room. I’d love to get some for the dining room.

    1. Id get one of our wedding pictures on canvas! Weve been married 9 years and still havent got any wedding pics on show!!

  2. I would get a canvas of my 3 daughters in the coliseum- it was our last holiday before lockdown and I’m not sure when we will get away again.

  3. I love your masks. If I won this voucher I would get a canvas of my children done, thanks.

  4. I’d pick a design that reflected the great outdoors as it’s the theme I am using for my conservatory where it would go

  5. MyPicture are fab, I have several large prints from them already of amazing pictures of my kids and I’d definitely use the voucher to buy more. Fingers crossed big time for this one!

  6. A set of smaller canvas prints would be lovely, at that price we could have one each of the children and the grandchildren

  7. A canvas of kids to put up in our lounge and a photo book for my mum as she loves receiving them

  8. I would love to have a canvas of my great grandson. He is three and growing so fast that it would be great to have a lovely memory of him when he was very small

  9. I would get a photobook to have lots of my gorgeous grandchildren’s photos all in one place

  10. I would spend it on a photo blanket for my father, because he already has a photo cushion and I feel that a blanket would go really well with it.

  11. I would choose a canvas which showed memories from lockdown, like a collage of lockdown photos so we can remember this special time

  12. A canvass print of all the family for my nan as she would love this and hasn’t got one of all the grandchildren

  13. I love the photo blanket, I think it would be a great present for my animal loving friend Allisson, and I would put all her pets on it 🙂

  14. I’d get a canvas photo of my current fosteàr cat as she’s not yet in my kitty Hall of fame

  15. I’d love a family photo done on a canvas as a gift for my friends on my godsons christening day

  16. I would get a canvas picture of my family from our last holiday and display it in the living room

  17. I really like the acrylic prints. I would love to get one made with a picture of myself, partner, daughter and dog. I would put it above the sofa in the living room

  18. A canvas of my kids! We moved into our house last year but I only have one photo of my daughter up and none of my son!

  19. I’d buy myself a custom rug! I’m not sure what I’d have on it but I’d love a funky one!

  20. I woud love some mouse mats, seeing as we are all working from home for the foreseeeable future as and when we can, I would love something nice to look at and would send some to family

  21. I would get a really big canvas of my parents and their dogs. It would make for a great present for them!

  22. I’d buy a photobook with primary school memories for my eldest as she’s in year 6 and has missed the chance for a proper send off

  23. I have only one precious photo of all my grandchildren together. I’d love to have it as a canvas

  24. I’d love to get a family picture for the kitchen. Lockdown has made me appreciate my extended family x

  25. I would buy some canvas pictures because I have so many lovely photos on my phone and I’d love to have some displayed at home.

  26. Picture / photo blanket for Mum (probably with a photo of one of the beloved pets). Maybe a mug for Aunty ( who is awaiting arrival of fact additions, not one, but two). She would love to see the a picture of the babies on a mug just for her. Cushions perhaps, help with relaxing comfort, whilst bring happy memories of loved ones through being photo cushions.

  27. Hello, I would probably spend the voucher on a photo cushion with a nice photo of some flowers that I took a few years ago. Thank you for the chance to win.

  28. I think I would definitely go for a few personalised masks. We’re using boring ones at the moment and as it looks like we’ll be using them for the foreseeable, I would love to have something more interesting.

  29. I’d choose a photo blanket as it would be a lovely thing to have with a photo of a loved one, especially at this time when I’m not able to be with them.

  30. I’d use it to get a canvas done of our three grandchildren and give it to their great grandma as she really misses them and is always asking us for pictures of them

  31. I would purchase a canvas photo of our rabbit Tilly with my son Corey for his 14th birthday – He loves photo memories!

  32. I’d love to put this towards a blanket – always need a blanket in the winter on the sofa to snuggle up to and to have one with a fun photo on would be so cool.

  33. A canvas print of my littlest granddaughter as I’ve only got one of her sister when she was small.

  34. I would get some canvases made of more updated photos of my children, I’m not very good at printing off the millions of photos I take either!

  35. I’d love to have a picture of my wedding printed. It was nearly 8 years ago and I still don’t have a picture on the wall!

  36. i woulod spend it on a canvas for my mum, i found an old pic on my daughters DS of my mum and Nan together of her last christmas before she passed away and i know she would love it on a big canvas xx

  37. I’d love to get a canvas print – we’ve had some lovely family times over lockdown and i’ll like to get one of those on a print on the wall

  38. I’d get our favourite family photograph on canvas because for once everybody was looking happy, relaxed and content in it!

  39. I think maybe a canvas of our family on the beach because it would be a fun picture to look at when it’s cold in winter.

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