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Enter our Christmas e-card competition!

Are you a talented artist who loves to paint, colour and draw? Do you enjoy being creative? If you are deaf, hard of hearing, deafened or have a visual impairment and you are aged between 5 and 16, you can enter our competition!

We are looking for creative children and young people to help us develop our range of charity Christmas e-cards for 2020.

We will choose 5 cards, which will become our official charity Christmas e-cards. These will be displayed in our digital communications including email and social media channels. We will also showcase all of the entries on our social media platforms so everyone and our followers can see your work. 

Are you ready for the challenge?

Submit your Christmas e-card designs by Friday, 6th November.

Download the template and make sure you include your full name and age.

Information pack for Christmas e-card competition in PDF.

Information pack for Christmas e-card Competition in Word

Alternative e-card template in Word.

Send your completed artwork by email to fundraising@bid.org.uk or hand it in to your parent/guardian to send it on your behalf.

Remember, all entries must be sent by 4:30pm on Friday 6th November, 2020.


Competition rules:

The Christmas theme must be included in your design – you can use angels, snow, stars, Christmas tree or even Father Christmas, whatever you like.

Animals can be used but preferably winter animals – for example, reindeer, penguin or robin.

It is your work we want to see so you must create this yourself without any help from your parents.

You can use any colour but you must include the colours of the BID Services charity logo (shown at the top of the website) - which are green, light blue and purple. You can also use dark green and dark blue (as also shown in the logo).

Please download the template to draw your picture – make sure your picture is within the box. Don’t forget to include your name, age and why you have drawn your picture.

Good luck!

Posted 7th October 2020