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Design Richmond School’s Christmas Card

22 October 2019  |  Jill Lundberg  |  Posted in:

The nights are drawing in, the mornings are crisp and frosty, Halloween and Bonfire Night are nearly here and then the countdown to Christmas begins!  Last year, we ran a competition to create the artwork for the school’s Christmas card and were delighted with Christy Swift’s beautiful winning design. With so much artistic talent across all year groups, we are inviting students to submit their designs for the 2019 Christmas card.  Please can students follow the guidelines below and ensure their designs are submitted to Mrs Harrild or Mrs Edwards in student services by 5th November. The nights are drawing in, the mornings are crisp and frosty, Halloween and Bonfire Night are nearly here and then the countdown to Christmas begins!  Last year, we ran a competition to create the artwork for the school’s Christmas card and were delighted with Christy Swift’s beautiful winning design. With so much artistic talent across all year groups, we are inviting students to submit their designs for the 2019 Christmas card.  Please can students follow the guidelines below and ensure their designs are submitted to Mrs Harrild or Mrs Edwards in student services by 5th November. Guidelines are below: Designs must be in colour and hand drawn in crayon or paint. Please do not use felt tips Please do not include any digital imagery.   The design must be the student’s own work Please do not stick anything to the card (eg sequins) as any texture will be difficult to scan/reproduce Designs can be inspired by other artists but not copied The finished Christmas card is A5 in size so the design should be submitted as A5 (half A4 Ensure the design is drawn/painted on good-quality paper or thin card so that it scans well Please put name, age and tutor group in light pencil on the reverse of the artwork Leave designs with Mrs Harrild or Mrs Edwards in student services The designs will be judged by Mrs James, Mrs Potter and Mrs Lundberg Art students in Years 7, 8 and 9 will be set this for their half-term homework                                                                                                DEADLINE FOR ENTRIES IS 5TH NOVEMBER We look forward to receiving lots of entries!

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