Gift vouchers

Gift vouchers are a great option if you need a gift in a hurry or simply can't decide what to buy. They are a wonderfully flexible way of gifting art, allowing the recipient to choose exactly what they want, to suit their taste.  And if the voucher doesn't quite cover the cost of their ideal artwork, they can simply pay the difference. 

Prices start from £90 and you can choose between a physical voucher or an e-voucher. 

You can find more information below and, should you need any help or advice, just call me! I'm always happy to help.

Do you have a gift voucher to register?

A few of your questions answered......

A gift voucher may be used as payment in full or part payment towards a commissioned artwork (pet portrait or otherwise). It may be topped up by a further payment if the commission of choice costs more than the voucher's face value.

You can choose between:
- a physical gift voucher sent by post (free UK postage), 
- an e-voucher sent by email 
Both types of voucher will be sent to the purchaser, who should retain proof of purchase.
You will receive:
The gift Voucher; an information pack  with instructions for registering and using the voucher;  optional presentation box.

It is recommended that vouchers are registered by the recipient as soon as possible after receipt. Instructions for this are included in the voucher information pack.
Click here to register a voucher.

There is no specific expiry date, although it is recommended that vouchers are used without too much delay, as prices of commissions will increase over time.

Once a  gift voucher is registered, the recipient simply needs to contact me when they are ready to use it. If a registered voucher has not been redeemed within 12 months, a reminder will be sent by email.

Important Information

Gift Vouchers are not transferable and have no cash value.
Vouchers may only be used as payment, in full or in part, towards a commissioned artwork by Kate Ferguson, trading as 'Kate Ferguson Art'.
Only vouchers with a valid voucher number are redeemable. Proof of purchase should therefore be retained.