These Are Not Your Usual Keychain and Magnet Travel Souvenirs
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(SPOT.ph) Ever felt pressured by the saying, "Pics or it didn't happen"? We totally understand. Why wouldn't you want to capture the stunning Manila Bay sunset, the breathtaking barreling waves of Siargao, or the picture-perfect mahogany forest of Bohol? But it shouldn't end there. After painstakingly putting together the best shots throughout your vacation, they deserve more than to just sit in a memory card for years to come. This local service knows that.
Woodprints Manila, a local photo service, prints photos and artwork on wood. They're great as home decor, giveaways, or just souvenirs from your adventures.
Woodprints Manila uses palochina, a type or recycled wood usually sourced from shipping crates, and their direct-printing technique helps ensure that the colors won't easily fade.
Photos are printed on 1/2" thick palochina wood, but for prints that are more than 16" x 24", 3/4" thick plywood is used. Size options include: 6" x 6" (P300), 6" x 9" (P500), 8" x 12" (P750), 12" x 12" (P1,200), 12" x 18" (P1,700), and 16" x 24" (P2,500). You can also have your photos printed on coasters (P120), wood boxes with sliding covers (P300 to P800), and cheeseboard (P750 to P1,250).
For more information, visit Woodprints Manila's website.