Worth a Thousand Words

I always enjoy reviewing products for this blog, but once in a while a product really blows me away and makes my day (or week)! This is the case with the truly phenomenal artwork I just received from Photofiddle, a company that easily turns your favorite snapshots into a museum-quality work of art. While it’s not a new concept, this was the first time I tried it myself, and, wow, was I impressed. So was The Today Show- they just featured Photofiddle last week! It is totally easy- you just upload your digital photo and choose from among various styles of art to create a masterpiece of any size from 8″ x 8″ to 6 feet x 20 feet. You can choose canvas or art prints, framed or unframed…the choices of endless. I had a tough time choosing, but here was my result:

Before: One of my favorite digital photos of R&S at play:

After: Voila! A “modern art” canvas wrapped on a stretcher, ready to hang on the red accent wall in my living room (and, trust me, this photo does not even do it justice):

We have gotten oodles of compliments on this work of art and I smile every time I see it. Mine measures 24″ x 36″ and costs approximately $180; many other size canvases are available, too. Can you say Mother’s Day Gift??? Visit Photofiddle.com.

Enjoy an exclusive 15% discount on all Photofiddle orders now through June 21st with code “momshops”.

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2 Responses to Worth a Thousand Words

  1. Charlie's Mom says:

    First off, your kids are so cute! Second, I love this idea!! I would love to turn a few pictures of my son into artwork.

  2. Aimee Friedrich says:

    very cool; your kids are adorable. I love how yours turned out. we will definitely try this; maybe for Christmas for the grandparents.

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