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Win $50 from Photofiddle for a Perfect Mother’s Day Gift!

Posted Mar 20 2009 3:16pm
In January, I told you about a terrific website called Photofiddle, which takes your photos and turns them into works of art! Now, just in time for Mother’s Day, they’re generously offering readers of this blog a $50 gift certificate to be used for a Photofiddle masterpiece.

In case you missed my previous post about Photofiddle, here’s how it works: You email your favorite photo to them, and they morph it into an unbelievable piece of artwork that looks like a real painting or sketch! They have a wide variety of art styles to choose from, such as Modern, Oil Painting, Low Detail Watercolor, Fantasy, Impasto, Kaleidoscopic, Color Sketch, Pop Art, and many more. You can preview your picture in all of the various styles and pick the one you love.

This is a one-of-a-kind Mother’s Day gift that she will cherish forever. You can give Mom a picture of the children that looks like it’s been painted by an artist! Or surprise her with a picture of her adored pet or favorite flowers. The possibilities are endless. And don’t forget gifts for Grandma and your special aunt. Head over to http://photofiddle.com/mothers-day-gift.html to check out their incredible samples and learn more about their services.

So, how do you enter to win the $50 gift certificate to Photofiddle? Just leave a comment here describing the photo you would submit and who your Mother’s Day recipient would be (your mother, grandmother, sister, etc.).

For optional additional entries:

- Put a button for Susan Heim on Parenting on your blog. Post a comment with your blog’s URL.

- Tweet this giveaway on Twitter or post it on your blog. Leave a comment with your Twitter name or a link to the post.

- Subscribe to Susan Heim on Parenting via email, RSS or as a Follower on Blogger. Leave a comment with your subscription method.

One winner will be randomly selected from the qualified comments on April 2, 2009.

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