19 May 2014 - 15:07
Competition to design a birthday card for Prince George begins


Deputy Editor

An online card and gift company have launched a competition to design a first birthday card for Prince George of Cambridge.

Fat-Chilli Cards & Gifts have started the competition which invites UK primary school children to design a card to commemorate the Prince’s first birthday on 22 July.

Courtesy of The Royal New Zealand Plunket Society

Prince George turns 1 in July and a competition has been set up to design his birthday card

The child can design the card on a theme of their choice, which, if selected, will be sent to Prince George for his birthday. Even if unsuccessful, candidates will be able to order their design on cards or merchandise from the firm.

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Having the card sent to Kensington Palace is not the only prize: the school of the winner will receive a union jack teepee to play with, and the mother of the child will get a ‘Stamptastic set’ enabling them to stamp items of their choice. The child will get a copy of their design, receive an Artwork Award from Fat-Chilli with a £50 voucher for their products, and a Zatchel Satchel in a design of their choice.

The competition opened 1st May but runs until 10th June, so there is still time left so send entries in! Go to Fat Chilli’s site to enter.

Picture courtesy of The Royal New Zealand Plunket Society



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