Saturday, June 2, 2012

Super Dad Giveaway Hop Giveaway

Welcome to the Super Dad Father's Day Giveaway Hop hosted by Mama NYC!
Over 40 bloggers have teamed up to bring you some wonderful gifts for the Man in your life!
This event runs from June 2-10 with plenty of time to hop each blog!
Each of our giveaways feature a prize value of at least $25.
A Year of Jubilee Reviews is pleased to have Genuine European Portraits as the sponsor of this event with a prize of over $170
You can read my sponsor review on Genuine European Portraits and get a glimpse of this wonderfully talented company MY REVIEW



Use the Rafflecopter for entries. USA only.
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94 comments:

  1. pencil, sepia bar and dry powder

    theresa j

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  2. They use pencil, sepia bar and dry powder. Such a wonderful gift idea!

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  3. they use real portrait artists!

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  4. pencil, sepia bar and dry powder

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  5. I love how they start it out with powder and remove it as they draw. I would love to watch the actual process because it sounds fascinating.

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  6. pencil, sepia bar and dry powder from quality trademarks —such as Caran d'Ache and Cetacolor

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  7. They are done by artists using a pencil, sepia bar and dry powder! These are gorgeous!

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  8. pencil, sepia bar and dry powder from quality trademarks

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  9. pencil, sepia bar and dry powder

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  10. pencil, sepia bar, and dry powder

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  11. pencil, sepia bar and dry powder

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  12. They are hand-drawn so their hands!

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  13. they use a pencil made out of compressed wool


    Thanks for the chance to win!
    gina.m.maddox (AT) gmail (DOT) com

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  14. pencil; sepia bar; dry powder

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  15. First they use a silk screen type of process, then draw with a pencil made out of compressed wool, sepia bar and finally, dry powder.
    Cyndee dot thomas0 at gmail dot com

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  16. silk screening plus pencil, sepia bar, and dry powder

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  17. They use a craft like silk screening then pencil and sepia bar and dry powder from quality trademarks —such as Caran d'Ache and Cetacolor

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  18. can't believe they are done by hand! such talent! They use silk screen pencil

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  19. pencil, sepia bar and dry powder

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  20. First they do something like silk screening. then use pencil, sepia bar and dry powder. Crazy! I thought it was a copy or some computer thing. Thanks for the chance to win-it's awesome!

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  21. Very cool. They use a craft similar to silk screening to get the basic measurements of the face.

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  22. pencil, sepia bar, and dry powder. I never heard of the last two.

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  23. They use a craft similar to silk screening to get the proper dimensions of the face and then draw your portrait.

    Thanks for the amazing giveaway opportunity. ~Pauline

    dod@rogers.com

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  24. They start by putting down a layer of fine chalk powder and then they take away from that, using dry paint brushes and something like a pencil made out of compressed cotton wool. So they start by drawing portraits in reverse! taking powder off, which is how they get these lovely soft highlights in the skin and hair. Then they work over it with pencils to get the amazing detail in the face, hair and clothes.”

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  25. They use pencil, sepia bar and dry powder from quality trademarks.

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  26. layer of fine chalk powder and then they take away from that, using dry paint brushes and something like a pencil made out of compressed cotton wool
    elysesw@aol.com

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  27. They use pencil, sepia bar and dry powder from quality trademarks.

    laura ari

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  28. they start with fine chalk powder
    pkeintz@gmail.com

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  29. It’s done with pencil, sepia bar and dry powder.
    landfjacobson @ charter.net

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  30. they use a pencil, sepia bar and dry powder
    tmarie56@hotmail.com

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  31. From a portrait we send, they start with a process similar to silk-screening, then add their unique artistic touch.

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  32. Brooke M AdametzJune 3, 2012 at 9:49 PM

    The use pencil, sepia bar, and dry powder. Awesome gift idea!

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  33. pencil, sepia bar and dry powder

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  34. Silk screening for measurements, then completed using pencil, sepia, & dry powder.

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  35. pencil, sepia bar and dry powder. Kelly F.

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  36. pencil, sepia bar and dry powder

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  37. pencil, sepia bar and dry powder

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  38. pencil, sepia bar, dry powder

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  39. artists use pencil, sepia bar and dry powder

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  40. chalk powder, dry paint brushes, and a special pencil

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  41. They use pencil, sepia bar and dry powder

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  42. pencil, sepia bar and dry powder

    krystlekouture at yahoo dot com
    BakingBeauty.net

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  43. Portraits are drawn in pencil, sepia bar and dry powder

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  44. pencil, sepia, powder
    msboatgal at aol.com

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  45. they use pencil, sepia bar and dry powder from quality trademarks

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  46. They use real artists, a silkscreen process and then pencils.
    KellywcuATyahooDOTcom

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  47. pencil, sepia bar and dry powder from quality trademarks —such as Caran d'Ache and Cetacolor—

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  48. pencil, sepia bar and dry powder from quality trademarks —such as Caran d'Ache and Cetacolor— plus loads of talent and years of experience.
    Thanks
    partymix25(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  49. They use pencil, sepia bar and dry powder from quality trademarks —such as Caran d'Ache and Cetacolor— plus loads of talent and years of experience.

    cherriesjessilee at gmail dot com

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  50. pencil, sepia bar and dry powder

    heatherwhitford at ymail dot com

    heather abbe

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  51. They use pencil, sepia bar and dry powder.

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  52. They start with a process similar to silk screening to get the dimension right, then use pencil, sepia bar & powder to create the resemblance!

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  53. The portraits are done with pencil, sepia bar and dry powder

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  54. They use pencil, sepia bar and dry powder

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  55. They use pencil, sepia bar, and dry powder

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  56. pencil, sepia bar and dry powder

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  57. it’s done with pencil, sepia bar and dry powder from quality trademarks

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  58. pencil, sepia bar and dry powder

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  59. it’s done with pencil, sepia bar and dry powder from quality trademarks

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  60. pencil, sepia bar and dry powder from quality trademarks —such as Caran d'Ache and Cetacolor— plus loads of talent and years of experience.

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  61. Silk Screening, Fine Chalk Powder, Cotton Wool, Sepia Bar, And Pencils!

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  62. wow i like the way the guy done it form your pic you sent t hen my sister used to do the same thing when she was younger

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  63. They start with a silk screening-like craft to prep the face, then use pencil, sepia bar and dry powder!

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  64. They use pencil, sepia bar and dry powder to draw the portraits.
    Tracy Awalt Juliano

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  65. First they use a silk screen type of process, then draw with a pencil made out of compressed wool, sepia bar and finally, dry powder the final steps are how they ad the detail and make this portrait great

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  66. silk screening,pencil,sepia bar and dry powder

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  67. they use silk screening, pencil, sepia bar, and dry powder - emscout9 at Hotmail dot com

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  68. Pencil, Sepia Bar and Dry Powder.

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  69. it’s done with pencil, sepia bar and dry powder. Cheryl cjabdelnour@hotmail.com

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  70. Hello, the portraits are done with pencil, sepia bar and dry powder. Thanks for a great giveaway!

    Trish Froehner
    trishden948(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  71. They use pencil, sepia bar and dry powder
    Jessica cox

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  72. They use pencil, sepia bar and dry powder.

    Juana Esparza

    jmesparza821(at)gmail(dot)com

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  73. it is done with pencil, sepia bar and dry powder!

    christinejessamine at hotmail dot com

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  74. They use pencil, sepia bar and dry powder.
    Thanks ;)
    kimberlybreid at hotmail dot com

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  75. pencil. sepia bar and dry powder

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  76. They use a combination of silk screening and hand drawing using pencil, sepia bar and dry powder.

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  77. They use a pencil made out of compressed wool,
    sepia bar and dry powder.
    (toocaringforyou22 (at)yahoo (dot)com on rafflecopter)

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  78. From the photo you upload on the site, they use "a craft similar to silk screening to get the basic measurements of the face." Then the artists uses his or her abilities to draw the features of the portrait, using "pencil, sepia bar and dry powder from quality trademarks." Neat!

    karmabodhi80(at)gmail(dot)com - Julie KarmaBjerga BodhiDrum

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  79. They use pencil, sepia bar and dry powder.

    lanalbradstream(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  80. They start off with a dry powder.

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  81. They use a Pencil, Sepia Bar and Dry Powder.

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  83. Betsy Barnes
    pinktaz60@hotmail.com

    The artist's use a pencil, sepia bar and dry powder from quality trademarks.

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  84. they use pencil, sepia bar and dry powder from quality trademarks —such as Caran d'Ache and Cetacolor

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  85. They use pencil, sepia bar and dry powder.

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  86. They use pencil, sepia bar and dry powder! WOW!

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  87. Pencil, sepia bar, dry powder

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  88. pencil, sepia bar and dry powder

    couponshanda (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  89. pencil, sepia bar and dry powder

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  90. pencil, sepia bar and dry powder

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