CHILDREN are getting arty to join in The Sun on Sunday’s Xmas Cards For Kids contest – but we still need your entries. It is a chance to create
CHILDREN are getting arty to join in The Sun on Sunday’s Xmas Cards For Kids contest – but we still need your entries.
It is a chance to create a festive picture, which could be one of three winning drawings made into 18,000 limited-edition cards.
Lucas McCumesky, seven, and his pals at Practically Family Summer Camp in Bramhall, Cheshire, are among those taking part[/caption]
They will be sold by Tesco to help buy toys for cancer patients and raise money for Children With Cancer UK, which funds care for some of the young people diagnosed every year.
Lucas McCumesky, seven, and his pals at Practically Family Summer Camp in Bramhall, Cheshire, are among those taking part.
He put on his favourite Christmas jumper and drew snowmen for his design.
Lucas said: “I’m happy I can try to help kids get presents that will make them smile.”
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Hurry…entries must be in by August 27.
HOW TO ENTER: Email firstname.lastname@example.org with a photo of your child’s drawing.
Make sure it is well lit, and include either your name or your child’s, along with their age, address and a phone number, plus a few words about why they entered.
The original design must be on A4, A5 or A6 paper. Keep it safe in case it is one of the winners and needs to be scanned for use. Under-18s only. Terms and conditions apply.
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