It is back to school time again and like most parents with preschoolers we are bracing ourselves for the deluge of mini masterpieces that get created at school and the dilemma of where to display it all!
We love that they are so easy to use – you simply slot the art into the opening on the side of the frame and it is instantly framed and shown off to its best advantage. The artwork frames are deep enough to hold collages and can be hung either vertically or horizontally.
To win a fabulous art frame to hold an A3 sized picture*, simply visit our Facebook page, become a fan and leave a comment under this posting. Once we reach 200 fans we will randomly select one person who has left a comment to win.
*Prize can only be dispatched to a UK address. Our standard competition rules apply.
UPDATE 18 January 2011:
The winner of this competition is Sarah Glover, whose comment number was selected by a random number generator. Congratulations!
December 3, 2009
Our guest judges, Kat Molesworth from Bambino Goodies and Amanda O’Hara from Flying Start magazine have chosen our winners! Both said they had a really hard time choosing as they loved all the entries.
In the 0-4 years category the winner is Serena aged 2 and the runner up is Ruby aged 3.
In the 5-7 years old category the winner is Sam aged 5 and the runner up is Isolda aged 5.
Congratulations to our winners and a big thank you to everybody who entered.
October 27, 2009
Due to the postal stikes, we have decided to extend the closing date of our Get Colouring! competition to 15 November 2009 to ensure that no entries are held up in the backlog at the Royal Mail sorting offices.
If you are looking for a quick and easy activity for the kids this half term just print off the colouring in sheetprint off the colouring in sheet and let them Get Colouring! You can send their masterpieces to us in the post or scan them and email them. Either way they will be in with a chance to win a £50 Milly Bee gift voucher and some arts and craft goodies.
So far we have had some fabulous entries – it makes our day when we receive them in our letterbox or inbox so keep them coming!
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