WIN: Live, Love & Create!

You know when your littl'un draws a picture that's just too cute to stick in that ever-growing file of tatty and scrappy keepsakes. My cupboards are bursting with things like this, I can't bear to just chuck 'em away. The question begs though, what do I do with it, other than add it to an already heaving fridge door?

I believe I've found the answer, and it's unlike anything I've ever seen before... Have a carbon copy of those pictures painted on to a tile. Yes, a tile! A glossy, classy finish to that scrap paper doodling, thanks to Live, Love & Create


Simply scan and email, or post, your 20x20cm, line drawing to Live, Love & Create where they'll begin to get to work. Each line drawing is an exact carbon copy of your child’s original art work and is hand painted using black ceramic paint on a 20cm by 20cm ceramic tile. Once completed, the tile is then glazed and fired in their kiln before being carefully wrapped ready for collection or posted out to you.


Once you've received your completed ceramic tile there are lots of ways you can display your special keepsake. Tiles can be wall mounted using adhesive pads, displayed on a stand, used as a stand or trivet, box framed or incorporated into a tiled wall or mural.

Not only is this the answer for you, as a parent with bulging cupboards of paper, but what a wonderful gift idea? Mother's day, Christmas, Birthday, Easter - your occasion of choice!


Retailing at just £26, with free delivery, this has to be one of the most thoughtful gift ideas I've come across this year and it doesn't even break the bank.

Live, Love & Create have offered a 20x20cm tile to one of you lucky readers. To say I'm jealous much is an understatement, but I will wish you good luck nevertheless ;-) Here's the rules...

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Giveaway ends 04/11/2014 at 11.59pm, winner will be contacted via email and be required to scan and email, or post, their drawing of choice to Live, Love & Create in order for the prize to be fulfilled.

Good luck guys...


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48 comments:

  1. My daughter loves drawing our family and rainbows - I would love to keep a copy of one forever :) thank you for the giveaway x

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  2. Our House for Grandma by my youngest daughter (for her 65th birthday!)

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  3. My Son is just starting to love drawing, thanks for sharing x

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  4. Aww your little pictures are so cute. I love this idea, I have so many memory sticks from scanning my sons pictures so I never loose them. Having this tile option is something different :)

    Best Wishes,

    Michelle Elyse x
    http://ladywoolfblog.blogspot.co.uk

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  5. A picture of my mum done by my son and daughter for grandma!

    Ashleigh

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  6. I'd like a painting of one my son's drawings of our family...they're always so funny!

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  7. It would be any picture the boys come up with just to treasure forever, I like the concept very much! x

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  8. I would ask my daughter to draw her happiest memory

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  9. I'd choose one of my favourite pictures form when my children were younger.

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  10. I'd ask my mum what she wanted and give it to her as a present

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  11. A family picture drawn by my daughter.

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  12. My daughter loves art and would draw a family picture for her nana and grandad.

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  13. get my oldest daughter 7 who loves drawing to draw something for her grandad

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  14. A picture of me drawn by my daughter :)

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  15. A picture of the family drawn by my eldest x

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  16. A picture of Batman drawn by my four year old grandson

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  17. My ten year old son wants to win, and give to Nana for a present.

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  18. It would be probably some kind of scribbles, hopefully resembling something, by my 3 year old for her nana and grandad. Really lovely idea x

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  19. A picture drawn by my Daughter to put in her Nana and Grandads new kitchen!

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  20. desiree fernandez23 October 2014 at 02:36

    a picture drawn by my son to be displayed in the living room.he has lots of drawings that we put there!!!

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  21. Pam Francis Gregory24 October 2014 at 10:23

    A picture I got from my niece for jy birthday

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  22. my 3 year old would draw her nana a picture of her =)

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  23. i would get my kids to do a specially commissioned bath time scene

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  24. A picture of me drawn by my six year old son

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  25. ive got a lovely ship picture my son drew when he was four, that was over 10 years ago, its amazing

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  26. it's amazing, A really nice idea :)

    Best wishes,
    Alice

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  27. A picture charlotte drew of the three of us :) x

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  28. Anything drawn by my two beauties xx

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  29. one of my son's monster drawings

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  30. Whatever my 3 year old draws it looks like Mr Potato Head. So i would choose the Mr potato head with a walking stick she drew. (her great nanny).

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  31. id get my kids to draw something nice especially for it

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  32. I'd ask my daughter to draw her family and give it to her Grandad for Christmas as he is really difficult to buy for and this wouold be really unusual gift

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  33. My son drew a fabulous bird on holiday which I kept, I would love to have a tile of this to place somewhere in my house.

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  34. My oldest is 3. She really likes drawing faces, so I'd be chuffed if she drawed our little family. Even if it is all 4 faces looking exactly the same! Would be an amazing gift and keepsake. x

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  35. I'd choose one of my favourite pictures by one my kids in order to preserve the memory

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  36. My daughter drew an amazing Roger Rabbit i would love this on a tile

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  37. I would have a pictures of our puppy drawn by my brother

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  38. A picture that my granddaughter has drawn of her family ( my daughter, son in law and brother Dexter )

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  39. Somwthing by my oldest gransd-daughter to her great-grand-daughter.

    G. Williamson

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  40. My daughter draws the sweetest pictures of Panda's ~ which are her favourite animal

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  41. a family picture drawn by my 8 year old for her grandparents

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  42. A drawing of the family

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