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  • Rosetta Hiranaga
    Rosetta Hiranaga • 1 year ago

    I can't say enough about how cool My Canvas is. You can even share your finished books online with family. I want to make another when I research my husband's family more. Each book is limited to 200 pages, by the way.

  • Ranae Feick
    Ranae Feick • 1 year ago

    Did you know that you can make a My Canvas book and print it page by page your self, three-hole punch and put in a binder. You do not have to purchase (although their purchased project is bound beautifully) the finished book. It is a wonderful product.

  • Lisa S
    Lisa S • 1 year ago

    Cool gift idea!

  • Rosetta Hiranaga
    Rosetta Hiranaga • 1 year ago

    It is very easy actually. Thanks for the heads up about printing each page! That would be a great way to share portions with other family members!

  • Charlene Bowman
    Charlene Bowman • 16 weeks ago

    Although I have never sent away for a MyCanvas, I have played around with printing my own. I think if I were going to have it done professionally I would print it first myself and make sure everything was just as I wanted it. Easier to look at on paper, even if it does use ink and paper.

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