Hand Drawn Toy Portrait Competition!

I love all things personalised and always think that a personalised gift shows that much more through than something generic off the shelf. Our house is full of personalised prints, keepsakes and artwork with meaning behind each one. Jenny Causebrook Moss recently got in contact to see if I would like to review her Hand Drawn Toy Portrait service but at the moment neither LP or LM have a clear favourite toy. LP has gone from liking Curious George, to Wallace and Gromit and now sleeps with Minnie Mouse every night without fail. So with this in mind Jenny and I thought it would be nice to offer her bespoke service as a competition prize instead!

alf with photo

Jenny Causebrook Moss draws bespoke portraits of favourite toys. The portraits are created from a photograph of the toy and the likeness is incredible with so much depth created with watercolours. All of Jenny’s previous portraits can be seen on her website and the winner would receive an A5 original artwork, which would arrive by Royal Mail recorded delivery. Portraits take up to three weeks from receipt of the photo and the winning portrait would be posted on the Jenny Causebrook Moss website too – your child’s favourite toy, immortalised forever now only in an original artwork piece but on the internet too!

Babs for web

Jenny’s drawing are truly beautiful and I know that in a year or so when LP has her most favourite of toys I would love to capture it in a portrait like Jenny’s – Being able to capture your child’s first toy shaped friend in a piece of artwork is such a lovely, different idea! For your chance to win such a lovely prize, please enter using the Rafflecopter below. Jenny is also giving readers free delivery on any orders from her Etsy shop until Christmas using code FPXMAS14.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Disclosure: I have not been compensated in any way for this post.

71 thoughts on “Hand Drawn Toy Portrait Competition!

  1. I NEED this for April’s Moo Moo. He’s already dying….matted fur and an ear has fallen off. She doesn’t use him anymore through fear of him disintegrating!

  2. Wow these are beautiful and such a wonderful idea 🙂 I would love a picture of my son’s first teddy – thank you for the giveaway x

  3. I have a panda called Buffer, who has a long and complex back story, including being a pavement artist in Glasgow and running an import-export business around the Med. He’d like to have his portrait taken as he considers he’s now in his prime

  4. This is a tought one, my youngest, myself and my sister all have a very battered teddy each so id pick one of those.

  5. My daughters pink unicorn cuddly toy she takes everywhere, she calls it nootnoot, when she was a baby, for some reason she called horses nootnoots.. and now the name has stuck.

  6. ‘Hedgey’ The hedgehog. He is on my oldest blanket which 3yrs on she loves, and youngest has been given the same hedgehog as a sensory baby you. He is very special and it’s the one thing the girls both share from birth.

  7. My four year old son has a teddy comforter that his had since birth called Ted Teds…..i would have him drawn 🙂

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