The Perfect Picture Collage!! #GIVEAWAY!!!

Warning! Warning! This is going to be a very LOUD post!! If you listen ever-so-closely you can actually HEAR me SQUEALING and dancing in place like a little girl!!

Y’all know how much I love pictures of my 6-year-old Granddaughter Alice.  I swear that kid has had a photo taken every single day of her life. I can’t get enough of this kid!! She is SO STINKIN’ CUTE!!! Heavy on the stinkin’ which very well could be The NaNa’s fault. Maybe… a teeny little bit!

So what has me so giddy and excited today? My new wall collage from Foam Core Print. I sent off 6 picture that truly celebrate Alice being a five-year-old. All of pictures truly SCREAM Alice!

What arrived in the mail a few days later had ME screaming like a 12-year-old Valley Girl!! I swear the photo’s look BETTER than what I took. I don’t know how the folks at Foam Core Print did it… but they look BETTER than the originals!!

Let me explain a little bit about Foam Core Print they have a process that actually toughens up your artwork on gatorboard. What that means is that the photos are PART of a very sturdy gatorboard. The gatorboard and photo are fused together in such a way that there will never be any lifting of the picture. You can see that when you hold the pictures in your hands.

The pictures don’t need a frame and they are SO LIGHTWEIGHT that I put them on the wall with a small piece of museum putty.

Each of the pictures is 3/16th of an inch deep and black. The back is smooth matte black. There is no hook or wall hanging attachments on the gatorboard. However, I swear to you it doesn’t need it!!  Like I said I used a small dab of museum putty on the back and they haven’t BUDGED.  I did try the command tape but ummm well, when I was still playing with the wall placement I may have pulled a tad too hard and the Foam Core Picture was left 100% unharmed. The wall? Uhhhh yeah… not so much. So DO NOT move the picture of PopPop and Alice. Like E-V-E-R!!

I can’t stand it any more I have to share the pictures! Let’s start with packaging. (is the suspense killing you too??)

Talk about amazing protection during delivery. (*** great job shipping department!! You guys need a raise!!) Inside the box, attached to the box and then filled in with bubble wrap were my individually wrapped pictures! WOOOOOOOOW!!!
Foam Core PrintWe are talking some serious protection here!!
Foam Core Print PackagingDrum roll please………. side view of the canvas.
Foam Core PrintHere are a couple of shots and then the final placement. (notice there is room for MORE?!) I started with this placement but it wasn’t quite right………… about 30 placements later this was the final placement. With Alice and her FIGHT SONG pose at the dock in the center. I have to say my photo of these pictures don’t do it justice. So, just come over and let me show you in person. I am over the moon happy with my very durable art work.


Seriously? Did ya see the pictures? Did you? These are wonderfully crafted and expertly packed. Not a single whine here!! Now, the best part for you?! GIVEAWAY TIME!!! Oh yeah! One very lucky Peanut Butter and Whine follower will win a set of pictures or artwork from the very generous folks at Foam Core Print. Good LUCK!!!! I promise you will be giddy as well!!

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One lucky winner will receive (4) 8×10″ prints or 8×8″ prints. The folks at Foam Core Print will tell you works the best for the images you choose; trust me on this! These guys KNOW what they are doing they will not steer you wrong!!!



  • wen budro

    I learned that they offer a wide variety of products such as aluminum signs and floor decals. Their products look like they come out beautifully.

  • Wendy R.

    I learned that the gallery wrap prints range from 8×10 – 30×40. My house isn’t even big enough for a 30×40! Nice to have the option though!

  • Nancy C

    I always wondered where floor prints came from- I’ve seen them in some larger retail stores. Now I know that Foam Core Prints makes them. So cool!

  • Tamra Phelps

    I love their big posters, too. I’d love to have my nephews put on their own posters in their baseball uniforms (Lord knows I have enough pics of them playing ball!) or my niece playing on her volleyball team.

  • Sarah L is a print and graphic media production company that provides “Grand Format” design and printing, both nationally and internationally. Through techonology and service we have developed a new way people and companies can address their advertising media challenges. We have applied new thinking combined with a myriad of ideas to create a streamline print production facility that partners trusted experience with the latest in printing technology.
    Thanks for the contest.

  • mami2jcn

    I learned is among the world’s largest “Grand Format” printing companies offering “Web 2 Print” ordering and design media.

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