WoodSnap Review & Giveaway

As a photographer, I am always looking for new and interesting ways to display my photos. When WoodSnap contacted me about reviewing their product, I was so excited! This is one of the most unique ways of displaying photos that I have come across.

What is WoodSnap?

WoodSnap prints your photos on a naturally unique wood canvas that will last as long as your love does. Print your most cherished memories with a new spin; wedding photos, trip pictures and candid shots take on new life when printed on the subtle yet rich grain of a natural wood canvas. Turn those memories into the perfect gift for him or her.


Most people are completely unaware that photos can be printed on wood. Printing on wood, wood printed canvases, and photos printed on wood is the process of transferring a digital image on the substrate of a piece of wood. WoodSnap takes your greatest photo memories and prints them DIRECTLY on beautiful wood canvases, bringing the grain of the wood through your photo.


Another great thing about WoodSnap? All of their wood is U.S.A. approved, meeting all U.S. EPA requirements. In addition, all of the labor involved in sourcing, cutting, routing, sanding, printing and finishing of the wood is done by Americans for Americans. As WoodSnap grows, the American Economy grows!


I chose to print my lighthouse photo on the wood because I just knew that the grain would put some emphasis on the sky. It didn’t disappoint! I ripped that package open so fast when it was delivered. Now, I just have to find the perfect spot for it!


And, of course, I couldn’t leave you without your very own WoodSnap!

Win It!

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One lucky reader will win an 11×14 WoodSnap of their own!

Required Entry: What photo would you choos to have printed on wood?

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Contest terms and conditions:

Winner must be over 18 years old.  Winner will receive an 11×14 WoodSnap.  I will use the “And The Winner Is” plugin for WordPress to randomly select a winner on April 8, 2013. There’s no purchase necessary.

I was not financially compensated for this post. I received a sample of the product for review purposes. The opinions are my own, based on my personal experience with the product.

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  1. I think I would do a picture of Teagan – I have so many canvas prints of Jude we need some Teagan shots too!!

  2. LOVE this – what an artistic treatment!! I think I would get a black and white landscape type photo – I really love how your scene turned out with the wood grain

  3. I think I would have a picture from my hometown on Cape Cod printed – to remind me of home! — This is awesome by the way!

  4. I tweeted this giveaway ! https://twitter.com/TerrellFamFun/status/319091051493195776

  5. Love your photo of Ol’ Barney! 🙂 I would have a photo of my kids printed. I have so few of them where they’re happy and all looking at the camera, it should be captured on wood. 🙂

  6. Tweeted…here’s the link: https://twitter.com/dishofdailylife/status/319408189886042112 And I signed up for your newsletter!

  7. this also reminds me of a few screenprints we had custom made by a friend of ours… they’re all enormous and printed directly on plywood ::::> http://www.designlifekids.com/2012/10/q-with-artist-scott-dennison.html

  8. I would love to have my family portrait printed on wood! I’ve never seen this done before. It looks great. Thanks for recommending a new cleaver way of preserving an image and memory! Awesome giveaway.

  9. Signed up for the newsletter! My email account is vazngurla(at)yahoo(dot)com. Thanks again for a great giveaway!

  10. We drive up to Monterey Bay in Northern CA every summer.Would love to print an amazing ocean shot on the Woodsnap medium!

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