Add some poetry to your home with this romantic print.
- The bright red heart in the center of this canvas wrap print will catch any viewer’s eye and adds a pop of color to any room.
- Show your love with a beautiful poem by Elizabeth Barrett Browning and add your names to the personalized art piece.
- This print may seem simple, but has a powerful meaning with loving words placed subtly in the background.
This personalized art print is done in an elegant and simple style but is rich in depth and beauty. Each piece is personalized with your names and the famous poem by Elizabeth Barrett Browning appears subtly in the background. "How do I love thee? Let me count the ways. I love thee to the depth and breadth and height..."
Your romantic print is created as a permanent part of the image and is uniquely adjusted by our designers. Since each personalization has an artist's touch, a preview of your name is not available. Simply enter your personalization in the text box above and let our artists do the rest.
- 16”x16” Block Mount
- 15”x15” Framed Canvas
This print is available as a framed canvas or as a wooden block mounted print.
Block Mount: (First image) Our wood block mount is a contemporary and frame-less way to have your print displayed. The image is professionally laminated and mounted to a 1/2" thick wooden block using an acid-free adhesive and the sides of the block are black. Comes ready to hang and enjoy.
Framed Canvas: (Second image) Published as a giclee on fine art canvas and finished in a wood frame with a dark espresso laminate finish. Framing is done in-house using acid free archival materials. Canvas prints are coated with a UV resistant spray and like all canvas art it does not require glass. Comes ready to hang and enjoy!
Free Domestic Ground Shipping on all orders!
We handcraft each personalized order. So please give us 1-3 business days for product creation (you can't rush awesomeness). After that, we offer free ground shipping, which generally takes an additional 3-5 business days. You can elect to expedite shipping for the exact fee we pay carriers (we don't make money on shipping). Thanks!