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A portrait of you with the one you love

Instead of the snap-we’ve-seen-it-before photo, we’re loving these custom pen and acrylic portrait paintings. Paintings of  families, friends and pets … not drawn realistically, but perfectly capturing the unique and quintessential essence of each person. It’s so easy … Kaatjie Produkte works off your favourite photo, which  you send via WhatsApp or email, then wait for your artwork to arrive. It can take up to two months, but it’s well worth the wait.  They make amazing gifts … so if you know of anyone with a special birthday or anniversary coming up, this would be lovely! Sizes from A5 to A2, from around R600 to R1200. Details: WhatsApp on 083-532-5483 or email [email protected]

 

A love-ly spoil… One reader can win a portrait … with either your pet or someone you love. Simply follow our Get It Joburg North Facebook page, like our February spoil post and tag a friend, and you’ll be in the draw.

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