“Every child is an artist, …

Satchel_Side_Squeak_190… the problem is staying an artist when you grow up” – Pablo Picasso

Do you love showcasing your child’s art or do you struggle to know what to do with it? Read on for a couple of ideas and a competition to enter.

I’d never thought of displaying art on the move, but the Pink Lining’s PL Child satchel, pictured, will give every child a way to show what they can do. At home we’ve also scanned pictures to turn them into phone backgrounds which means you always have some art with you.

If you’d like to get your child a little more recognition for their artwork, Pink Lining is passionate about fostering children’s natural creativity and love of art, and it is running the first ever Pink Lining Kids’ Art Competition. Pink Lining’s PL Child satchel range, featuring a see-through window frame, is the perfect way to encourage children to create and proudly showcase their own mini-masterpieces – and Pink Lining would like to see those masterpieces too!

To enter the Kids’ Art Competition, we are asking children to create an artwork on A4 landscape paper and either submit a photo or scan of their creation to Olivia@pinklining.com by Monday the 18th November. Imagination and originality are far more important than technical skill – and participants are free to use any medium – so get out the pastels, crayons, paints, glitter and dried pasta shapes! Pink Lining will hand-pick the 10 lucky competition winners by Monday 18th November. All 10 winning entries will feature in the competition winners’ gallery and receive a PL Child satchel of their choice.Good luck! We can’t wait to see your masterpieces!
Get the full t’s and c’s here

This post is in association with Pink Lining

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