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Daybreak and Hallmark Cards call out for young ‘Art Stars’

Oct 10th, 2011
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COMPETITION HAS NOW ENDED

Win the chance to get your designs printed and sold online and in stores!

Are you a budding artist between the ages of 7 and 14? Have you got a young son, daughter or relative who loves to get creative? If so, then this is the competition you’ve all been waiting for!

In association with Hallmark Cards, ITV’s Daybreak are calling for talented young artists to get creative and design a Christmas card with a verse or greeting inside based on the theme, “What Christmas means to me”. Children across the UK are being given a unique opportunity to have their festive designs turned into a real card then sold nationwide through Hallmark.co.uk and Hallmark stores.

TV star Joe Swash launched the competition on this morning’s Daybreak, and with great clips and tips from celebrities, and artists alike, the search is on to find Britain’s best Christmas card designs. Check out budding artist and One Direction member, Zayn with his Art Stars master class!

Still stuck for inspiration? Why not take a look at our Christmas cards on sale now? And don’t forget to keep checking back to our blog as we’ll be sharing our tips on how to create the perfect greeting card with a little help from our friend, Purple Ronnie!

The Art Stars competition opens today and will close for judging at 8pm on the 17th October. The winning design will be announced on Daybreak in November and will be printed by Hallmark Cards then sold nationwide in time for Christmas. So, with one week to make a mantle masterpiece, don’t waste any time, simply visit Daybreak and follow the instructions to enter.

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