Wednesday, April 15, 2009

A picture is worth a thousand words

Are they not the cutest kids you have ever seen? Ok, I may be a bit biased but still, c'mon, you have to admit they are pretty damn cute!

When PhotoFiddle contacted me about doing a review of their stretched canvas photo product, I jumped at the chance. They take a favorite photo (i.e that cute one up above) tinker it up in photoshop and they put it on stretch canvas and get it ready to mount on your wall.

I am certain that Adam could have done the effects here at home with his mad Photoshop skills (if I could get him to do it), but then what would I do with it? Photofiddle then puts it on to the canvas and makes your photo a painting. I chose Fantasy Art for my photo and it turned out fabulous!

Something like this would make an amazing Mother's Day Gift (especially for a grandparent)! A 15% discount code has been set up by the accounting department to share with my readers. The code adrienne15 just needs to be entered on the shopping cart page in the promotion code box and click apply.

Photofiddle has also offered for one lucky reader to win a $50 gift certificate!
Rules, regulations and all that jazz.......
Head over to Photofiddle and then come back here tell me which effect you like.

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  4. leave a comment on any post on my main blog Adrienne's House and then leave a comment here telling me which post.

This contest will run until April 22 at which time will choose a winner.


  1. That's so cool! I like the Charcoal Sketch effect, but the Oil Painting one is really neat too.

  2. I like the Colored Pencil effect...

  3. I like the stained glass effect.

  4. The colored edges is pretty cool

  5. I commented on you Hawaii vacation post.

  6. I love the stained glass effect too.

  7. I left a comment on White Cloud

  8. I would go for the pop art colored squares!

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