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Bringing Memories to Life with Love Wood Prints (plus GIVEAWAY)

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It’s no big secret if you know me that I love photography. I fell in love with it as a teenager when I first discovered darkroom photograpy and has only grown over the years. It’s not unusual for me to add up to 1,000 new photos to my flickr account each month, enjoying capturing moments through my lens.

What I hate though, is that often those moments stay trapped in a virtual album, very rarely being seen by anyone but me. I’m always on the lookout for a new way to bring my prints to life and was very excited when Love Wood Prints got in contact to invite me to take a closer look at their products.

WHO ARE LOVE WOOD PRINTS?

Love Prints Wood are UK based company who provide a service to print your photographs onto wood. They don’t print onto paper and mount it, nor do they glue or heat transfer an image onto wood. Instead what they do is literally print your image(s) directly onto sustainibly farmed birch plywood.

Love Wood Prints

What makes that unique is the effect you get with your image. The natural grain and blemishes of the wood blend into the image, creating a special one of a kind print. Each print comes with its own in-build wooden stand. This gives you the option to hang your print or display it on a unit or table.

LOVE WOOD PRINTS – OUR THOUGHTS

I love this effect. I specifically chose an image I love of my husband and our children while we were on holiday in the South of France earlier this year. It’s a typical scene for us: my hubands arms full as he explores the beach with our children while I drink the image in through my lens. When I look at it I am transported back to that moment on the beach with the sun on my shoulders and my heart full of love for my little family.

Love Wood Prints - the image chosen

That’s what good photography does. The image doesn’t have to be perfect, but it should put you back in a moment. What Love Prints Wood has done is given that image depth and texture. I love the grain and how it shows through with the natural texture of the material. A framed photo behind glass can create distance. It will still transport you to a moment but as a spectator, literally looking at it through glass. Now don’t get me wrong, I have a house full of framed photos and art that I LOVE. That will not chance and I will not stop adding to them. But I have discovered through Love Wood Prints that a wooden print has a different feel to it; a texture and draws you in and feels substantial in your hands.

Love Wood Prints - full of texture

I know, I know – I must sound like an emotional photographer; empathically selling the emotion of art. I guess that’s what I want to do. I want us all (myself included) to rescue our favourite photos from our phones and our cameras and put them on display in various ways.

THE GIVEAWAY

Are you convinced enough to give it a go? If so then I am pleased to say that Love Wood Prints will be giving one Tippytupps reader the chance to win their very own Love Prints Wood 12″ x 9″ print. All you have to do is enter using Rafflecopter below and follow the usual social media accounts.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

This giveaway is open to UK residents only, is powered by Rafflecopter and will close on Sunday 18th November 2018 at midnight. The winner will then be chosen at random using the tool. Please note that this giveaway is hosted by Tippytupps blog, but the prize will be distributed from Love Wood Prints. For full terms and conditions for the giveaway, please visit the Tippytupps terms and conditions page.

Good luck!!

Love Prints Wood are UK based company who provide a service to print your photographs onto wood. They don't print onto paper and mount it, nor do they glue or heat transfer an image onto wood. Instead what they do is literally print your image(s) directly onto sustainibly farmed birch plywood and bring memories to life.

If you enjoyed this review, then why not check out our review section for more.

DISCLAIMER: I was provided with this item in return for this post. As always though, all opinions expressed in this post are my own.

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70 Comments

  1. iain maciver says:

    perfect giveaway

  2. I would love to get a print done of my little nephew for my sister.

  3. Tracy Nixon says:

    I’d love a family portrait on canvas!

  4. Ray Becker says:

    Like to win for my wife

  5. Kim Neville says:

    Would be nice to have a photo of my kids printed on this

  6. Sheena Batey says:

    I too love photography and have some photos I would love to have printed on the wood

  7. Gillian McClelland says:

    This looks so nice

  8. Claire Woods says:

    Have lots of great pics I could use for this.

  9. Solange says:

    I’d love a family picture on canvas.

  10. Ruth Harwood says:

    Would love a print of our two amazing cats – my babies Calypso (the boss as in Springsteen, or clipsy) and Cinnamon (Sunny, princess or sunshine, as she purrs all the time) xx

  11. Michelle Smith says:

    Such a lovely prize

  12. ADEINNE TONNER says:

    Such a great way to display memories instead of keeping the photos in a photo album

  13. Andrea Upton says:

    Your photo is lovely, and these look great!

  14. Alice Colling says:

    What a fab prize, would love to win this.

  15. Looks absolutely gorgeous! Never seen something like this before.

  16. sarah m says:

    What a wonderful gift this would make! I would have a family photo on it and give it to my Mum xx

  17. claire griffiths says:

    this would make a beautiful xmas gift

  18. Jean Cassell says:

    A lovely keepsake gift

  19. Amy Bondoc says:

    I would love to get a print from one of my holidaysxxx

  20. Harriet Leonard says:

    I love this idea. It would make a beautiful gift or wall piece

  21. Jo Carroll says:

    A brilliant new medium to display perfect memories.

  22. This looks great. Thank you for the chance!

  23. Helen Aiken says:

    Love photos and would love to see a special one transferred onto wood. Fingers crossed…

  24. LISA EVERAERT says:

    I would love to have a family canvas in the living room. These look amazing!

  25. My other half is very keen on photography and it would be lovely to have some of his photos of the kids printed this way

  26. jo liddement says:

    Really unusual and unique. I love the sound of the picture being put straight onto the wood. I have a wonderful photograph of a Cornish Lugger that i took a few years ago that i would love to see up on the wall.

  27. Helen Tovell says:

    Lovely giveaway thank you

  28. Rich Tyler says:

    Count Me IN!

  29. Alice Gilkes says:

    Great giveaway.

  30. Rena Plumridge says:

    Lovely giveaway

  31. Karen Barrett says:

    Thank you, I would have a picture of all my grandchildren

  32. Christine Lockley says:

    Fab review, your photo looks amazing. Thanks for the chance to win, this would make a gorgeous gift for my nephew who has just got engaged

  33. Claire Nutman says:

    I am a huge nature lover, so the idea of using wood is wonderful, great comp many thanks….

  34. john prendergast says:

    fantastic giveaway

  35. Jo Richards says:

    These look great, very colourful

  36. Jackie Howell says:

    I would love this, thanks

  37. Louise Jones says:

    This would make such a lovely gift and is much more original than a canvas! I can’t believe I’ve never heard of them/the idea before!

  38. Always looking for new ways to display our family photos, this looks lovely!

  39. gemma hendry says:

    great and original way to display memories

  40. Pauline Black says:

    What abfab gift this would make!

  41. Elizabeth Smith says:

    I’d love to have one of my family photos displayed like this

  42. Kirsteen Mackay says:

    I’d love a family beach picture on canvas

  43. Ellen Stafford says:

    Love this! Thanks for the chance x

  44. janine atkin says:

    id love this for the living room

  45. Faye Reed says:

    These are lovely, I’d get one done of my children.

  46. Rachael Sexey says:

    Wow this is beautiful. Fingers crossed

  47. I have the perfect picture to go on one of these.

  48. sandy lynn ralph says:

    i would love a print done of my two grandchildren

  49. Elanor Rice says:

    I have some beautiful pics of my little girl that would look wonderful on a wood canvas

  50. paula cheadle says:

    would love a photo of 2 of my 6 grandkis, has not got any photo of them on my wall

  51. Zoe Brown says:

    would love this done of my dog who passed away in September

  52. Jeanette Leighton says:

    Would love one of my children Sheriah and Charlie

  53. LYNDA DICKIE says:

    Amazing giveaway! Love photos

  54. These look lovely 🙂

  55. Maria P says:

    great idea 🙂 something different

  56. Melissa Lee says:

    These look absolutely lovely

  57. kelly wheelhouse says:

    What a wonderful idea! they would make fantastic Christmas presents

  58. natalie Crossan says:

    These look so wonderful, this would be awesome for our house

  59. Jodie Green says:

    These look lovely, i would love one of my 7 children

  60. Jayne Townson says:

    Your wood print looks great, thanks for the chance to win, I’d love to get one done of my children.

  61. Lisa Mcalley says:

    Would love to win one of these beautiful wood prints
    Good Luck Everyone

  62. Fab Prize would love a print of my lovely little grandson

  63. Sarah Roberts says:

    What l lovely keepsake these, lovely when the kids are small too keeping all those precious memories!.

  64. Teresa sheldon says:

    I’d love this for a forever picture of my wonderful doggie light of my life xx

  65. jen jackson says:

    Lovely idea and would make a great gift

  66. Karen Walder says:

    Fab prize….i’d love to win this!

  67. katie Gale says:

    Lovely idea

  68. Tee Simpson says:

    A family portrait would be lovely.

  69. Oli Marshall says:

    Awww, sooo lovely! I’d love to keep little moments with my family forever, especially as I’m noticing how fast my children are growing up; and it scares me. Capturing their little faces on a print, would be wonderful.

  70. thank you web site admin

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