Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Photofiddle Review &{GIVEAWAY!!} CLOSED

Still haven't found the perfect Mother's Day gift?? You really should try out Photofiddle. I had the opportunity to try it out. It is so easy. You upload a picture, "fiddle"with it, and check out. You can turn any picture into a piece of art! One of my favorite features is that you can actually see exactly what your picture will look like before you place your order. You can even see what it will look like on a wall or on a certain wall color. 
There are so many different ways to fiddle your picture. Here are a few design examples:
Oil paint

Color edge
Pop art colored squares
If you aren't happy with their designs, Photofiddle will create a custom design just for you-for free!!

Here is some Photofiddle background:
"The Photofiddle.com site went online in June 2004 and not to long after the launch we received a bit of press from the Washington Post,USA TodayPC Magazine & more.  The Washington Post called us "buzz worthy", USA Today reviewed our photo on canvas and picked us as the best, and PC Mag rated us 4 out of 5 stars.  What really put Photofiddle.com on the map was  when Oprah put us on the O list in 2006.  Since then we have become one of the top sites on the Internet.  Our current Alexa traffic rating is 119,109.  More recently, the Today Show picked Photofiddle.com  as a great DIY decorating idea, the CBS Early Show featured us as a best Mother's Day gift idea, and the New York Times editor wrote a great article including Photofiddle.com.  Photofiddle.com was recently voted by the viewers of the CNBC show "The Next Big Idea" as a million dollar idea."
I am waiting for my Photofiddle design to arrive. Above is my picture that I am so excited to receive. I did the Impasto in soft pastel. I will post a picture of it when it arrives.

WIN IT:
Photofiddle is giving one lucky reader a $50 gift certificate!!

Mandatory entry: Visit Photofiddle and come back and let us know what design you would use on your picture.

You must complete the mandatory entry before doing any extra entries.
Extra Entries (Leave a comment for each entry):

1 Entry: Follow our blog
1 Entry: Subscribe to our blog via reader
5 Entries: Post about this contest with a link back to our blog AND a link to Photofiddle (Leave a link back to your post in your comment).
2 Entries: Favorite us on Technorati
3 Entries: Follow us on twitter and tweet this contest (Leave link in your comment).
5 Entries: Add our button to your blog.

Good luck! Contest ends on May 15th at midnight. Winner will be announced May 16th.
Winner will be chosen through random.org.

Please be sure to include your e-mail or have it in your profile so I can contact you if you win. Thanks! 

87 comments:

  1. I would use the impasto painting but may change my mind, so don't hold me to that.

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  2. I am following you on twittwer and tweeted.

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  3. I have your button on my left sidebar.

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  4. I love the Metropolitan design - thats what I'd choose - thanks! alicedemskehansen at gmail.com

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  5. I subscribe via reader - alicedemskehansen at gmail.com

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  6. I follow - alicedemskehansen at gmail.com

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  7. I just grabbed your button! Its at www.alicedemskehansen.blogspot.com - thanks! alicedemskehansen at gmail.com

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  8. I love the 29 picture collage - Square . I think it would be so cool to have this picture fiddle for my daughter's pictures.

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  9. I like the Modern Art Design the best but the Oil Painting looks neat, too.

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  10. I subscribe via Google Reader.

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  11. I think I'd choose oil painting

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  12. I really like the charcoal sketch!

    K. C.
    kccuties(at)gmail(Dot)com

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  13. Filmstrip or collage..I'm confused I like them all. I just didn't really understand the pricing.
    pkbailey@charter.net

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  14. I love the charcoal sketch!

    tuesdayef (at) aol dot com

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  15. hmmm...charcoal or the pop art

    addeviant006 at gmail dot com

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  16. I just ordered a photo from there. I'd love to do another with the Charcoal Sketch.
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  17. I follow.
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  20. I would use the Charcoal sketch.

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  21. I would use the deep sponge painting style. What a neat website! Thanks for introducing me to it.
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  22. I would use either the oil painting or the charcoal sketch! Love this!
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  23. I love the oil painting style. Thanks for the chance, justicecw@hotmail.com

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  24. I am a follower. thanks, justicecw@hotmail.com

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  25. I love the oil painting and the pop art - it would be a hard decision between these 2! If I fiddled the picture of my daughter only, it would be the pop art-if I chose the family pic, it would be the oil! thanks!

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  26. Your button is on my sidebar, thanks!

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  27. I am following you on twitter-I'm idahojill-and here is my tweet, thanks! http://twitter.com/idahojill/status/1752465107

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  28. I'm torn between the charcoal sketch and the primary colored pop art!! I love them both!

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  37. I would use the watercolor
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  38. I think I would get the Sepia for a family picture :)

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  39. Hard decision... I think I would choose the Oil Painting because it is just so classic looking.

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  40. Deep Sponge Painting Style is my favorite

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  41. I am torn between the Charcoal sketch and the oil painting! Both are gorgeous.

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  43. added you to my tech faves

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  44. tweeted it and following you 2

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  50. I like the popart squares - so original.

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  51. Follower

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  53. Fantasy or charcoal!
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  54. So fun!!!

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  55. I love the Watercolor Low Detail.

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  56. I follow on Google.

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  57. I subscribe via Google Homepage.

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