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Christmas Card Competition 2017

Christmas Card Competition Advert

It’s time to put your artistic talent to good use and design your very own Christmas Card for a chance to win £50 in vouchers for yourself and £250 for your school! Festive designs can be created by hand or made on the computer.


How to Enter:

Send a photo of your (or your child’s) Christmas card design to our Facebook page with the entrant’s name, age category and school code (if you have one).

Like our page.

Share the post.

(If the entrant/entrant’s parent doesn’t have Facebook, you can contact us for more information on entering).


School Code:

If you haven’t got a code from your school and would like one, then contact us for your school to be in with the chance of winning £250 for their Art Department.



Only 1 design per person.
Only a front cover design needed.
No inappropriate or offensive designs.
Vote by ‘liking’ your favourite design(s) on our FB page.
We encourage you to ‘share’ your entry from our FB page to gain more likes!

Click here to view all entries.


Age categories:

Key Stages 1 and 2 (years 1 – 6)
Key Stages 3 and 4 (years 7 – 11)
Key Stage 5 (years 12 – 13)



Each winner will receive a £50 voucher from a choice of one of these retailers: Amazon, Waterstones, GAME, WHSmiths, Next, Topshop, Debenhams, Toys R Us, River Island and Asda.
Each winner will have their card design printed and a pack given to them. If you would like additional cards, or your school would like some cards, please contact us for details.
If a school code is provided, the overall winner’s school will receive a £250 donation to their Art Department.



13th December: Voting closes.
15th December: Winners announced for each age category based on the number of likes/quality of design.


African Refugee Education Project

African Refugee Education Project

AREP are a small charity whose main focus is the education of young people in Uganda, South Sudan and Kenya. They aim to relieve poverty and advance the education and training of people, particularly but not exclusively young people, living in East Africa, to enable them to develop practical and academic skills which may assist them to improve their conditions of life.

We are running this competition to try and raise awareness for the African Refugee Education Project. We will be making a donation to this project based on the number of entries we receive – so get designing!


Merry Christmas from all of us at Team EB!


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