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4 lucky winners will take home a Kids Art Book from Jimmy Halfpenny, valued at $150 each.

A familiar household scene: your kiddo bursts through the door, shining with pride and presents you with their latest abstract masterpiece. The next day, repeat. The next day… you get it, right? But how to preserve these artworks when there is only so much prime refrigerator real estate?

Jimmy Halfpenny to the rescue!

Jimmy Halfpenny will help you to create a stunning book showcasing your young Picasso’s works. Think gorgeous, custom made photo book, but for art.

Jimmy Halfpenny is an Australian first and every book is original and beautiful – just like the child who illustrated it.

You simply collect up all the originals you want to include in the book and send it off to Jimmy Halfpenny. They will then work their digital magic to reproduce the art in book form and send it back to you.

You can also personalise the book with your child’s name, dedication and photo in print. It really is the perfect way to showcase your child’s year in art.

Jimmy Halfpenny has two book sizes to choose from and each book can accommodate up to 150 pieces of art. And…. their beautiful product line is expanding with a whole host of new and exciting artful beauties being launched this year!

Transforming your children’s artwork into stunning keepsake books with www.jimmyhalfpenny.com.au

Please note this competition is open from 15 Feb 2017 until 15 March 2017 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. This competition is a game of skill – answer in 50 words or less. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize.

Winners for this competition

  1. L. IbbotsonWA
  2. J. LegimanVIC
  3. E. StretenQLD
  • My daughter Michelle dreams of being a fashion designer. She loves sketching abstract costume since she’s 3. It hasn’t been easy teaching her Maths but when it comes to drawing, sketching, colouring, she’s a natural. Her favourite designer is Viktor&Rolf. Love to inspire her creativity with the gift of art!

  • He churns out art like he’s a factory. Then he hoards it all. But if he becomes a famous artist he’ll never make any money – there will be a piece for everyone in the World before he’s 18 and I’ll be giving them away.

  • My little one has great imagination and the right attitude to be an artist, he has his own unique style which makes him an individual.

  • He has best of intentions most of the time but his artworks need lots of help and creativity.

  • The eldest is a piss artist! youngest has always been an eloborate and detailed drawer.

  • She is a little Picasso!

  • The throw it all together and hope for the best…I love it though!

  • My daughter is incredible at expressing her emotions and struggles through art. She observes the world and I am proud to be a mum of such a creative genius, her artworks are reflections on her thoughts and dreams. Her pictures and paintings are different stories into different universes.

  • Haha, the messy, eats-the-crayons kind!

  • Modern. You can just about tell what he is drawing. Bit expressionist. Likes to draw people doing funny things!

  • She has the best imagination, she always loves to create masterpieces.

  • My little Missy Moo, loves to be crafty at 16 months she’s into all things craft. My toddler loves to cut stick and glue and this pack would be great for him.

  • My daughter has always been very artistic. Probably after her grandmother who is a painter. She could spend lots of time on a project and has such an amazing imagination. Every morning before school, she paints, draws or writes something in her scrapbooks!

  • very bright, colourful and fun

  • My daughter is a Picasso everything is abstract very abstract.

  • Creative, inventive, always colours outside the lines, a genius in the making!

  • At 4 she proclaims herself ‘an artist’. Although visually impaired, she always has a pencil in her hand, drawing with her nose almost touching the paper. She’s successfully entered colouring-in-competitions, but we ask for her entries to be returned. She keeps them. Chalk drawing is her new thing!Footpaths beware!

  • My 12 year old daughter has always loved to draw & is so passionate. Her dream is to become an animator for Pixar.

  • New ideas man

  • Spontaneous yet considered… it’s all up in the air, she’s creative, it’s freestyle then all of a sudden… frustration – she doesn’t have the right pink and she doesn’t know how to draw a crown for her princess!!

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