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6/23/18

Custom Printed Wall Art with Canon Pixma Printer!

I received a Canon Pixma Printer iP8720 in exchange for this fun post! 
All opinions are my own.
Giant 13x19 print with flowers and pineapple printed off canon pixma printer
We just repainted and redecorated my teenage daughter's bedroom and love it.  We upgraded the bed and added calming blues.  It just needed some fun colors and a gallery wall. 
I am super excited about this Canon printer!  It has the ability to print as large as 13X19" and as small as 4X4"!  I love the versatility of printing large scale prints.  It is easy to set up and start working with.  The printer is big, but condenses a great deal for storage.  Then setting up is just extending the top and bottom trays. 
It comes with the ink cartridges and separates the tri-color into 3 individual pieces, plus they have a gray for the best image and color tones.
I used the bluetooth mode and linked it to my ipad using the Canon printer app.  It was simple and effortless to get a giant 13X19 print printing!
I designed this fun print to match my daughter's newly decorated bedroom, matching the colors and the bedding...plus a pineapple, she loves pineapples.  The colors are bright and vibrant.  They printed EXACTLY as I hoped and designed.  This printer is exquisite!
I printed off 2, one on matte paper and one on glossy.  I love the glossy!  This changes everything to be able to print big posters, perfect for school projects, room decor, even a home business.
Looks perfect on the gallery wall in the bedroom.  I have so many other fun printer ideas, so stick around and you'll want this printer in no time!  If you are in the market for a printer, this one is amazing!
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