MyCanvas is pleased to announce our new Guest Blog Series! We’ve asked guests from near and far to share inspirational stories relating to families, history, the research process, and preserving memories. If you’re looking for tips and tricks about genealogy, creating photobooks, and more, there will be something here for everyone to learn from our wonderful guest bloggers.
Have you ever wondered how a book is created? Here at MyCanvas by Alexander’s, we not only process the book you’ve worked so hard to design, we print them from start to finish. This includes applying beautiful covers to your books.
If you’re looking for creative ideas for your baby’s upcoming photoshoot (or anytime!) check out these adorable baby photo ideas.
Family history sites and photo book publishing sites are in such high demand these days. We are doing our best to accommodate all of you family historians and genealogy experts by providing the best online research tools and services.
MyCanvas, formerly a branch of Ancestry.com, is alive and well under the ownership of Alexander’s. MyCanvas allows users to easily create family history books, genealogy charts, photo collages, and more.
With MyCanvas, it’s easy to print a customized book. Everything from family vacations, personal histories, and children photo collages, can be simply designed into a photo book using the drag-and-drop tools on mycanvas.com.
It’s that time again! Here we review five more great family history blogs. If you haven’t read our first installment, be sure to check it out here.
We live in a generation of photographs. It’s estimated that in 2014, there was an average of 1.8 billion photos uploaded to social media sites (ie. Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, WhatsApp, etc.)…every day. It’s time that we start putting those photos to use! Fortunately, MyCanvas.com is an easy-to-use solution and in this post we review just a few of the great customizable photo products that MyCanvas offers.
Perhaps as you’ve considered writing a personal history book, you’ve asked yourself, “Where do I even begin?” The undertaking of writing a book can always feel overwhelming. But before you give up, remember that in writing a personal history book, all of the characters already exist, the conversations and experiences have already happened, and you are an expert on the topic! Here are 5 tips to help you get started…
Thank you so much for checking in with us today. We are so thrilled to represent the many users of MyCanvas with this new blog and so we wanted to let you all know what we plan on doing…