When my son was at Primary School they were always on the lookout for ways to raise funds for the school. This enabled them to take the kids on days out, have parties for them and do other things they would not normally have been able to do. Some of the ways of raising money were pretty standard, bring and buy sales, cake stalls and so on. The ones I always appreciated were the ones that offered a bit more of a personal touch. The chance to have your child’s artwork made into Christmas cards for example. These were always lovely to send to my family at Christmas time, it made the card much more unique.
School Fundraising help schools raise money whilst offering parents the chance to have their children’s artwork made into personalised cards, calenders or mugs. The school takes the order from the parents, sends it in and the cards are produced. The school gets to keep part of the money and the parents get a unique personalised item to keep.
As well as personalised Christmas cards you can have thank you cards or gift tags made, the process is simple, you just send off your artwork. It then gets scanned and used to create the design.
Schools Fundraising have very kindly offered me a set of personalised thank you cards to give away to five of my readers. Each winner will received five packs of cards (60 cards and envelopes in total) personalised with their child’s artwork. The cards are A6 in size and blank inside so you have space to write your own message. The words “Designed by [CHILD’S NAME]” can be printed on the back of the card, if desired. The cards come printed on quality silk coated board. The winners will need to provide the A5 or A4 drawing they would like to use as the picture on the card.
So how do you enter? Leave a comment on my blog below telling me what occasion you would use the thank you cards for. When you have done that come back and fill in the rafflecopter widget so your entry is registered. This is the only mandatory entry. If you feel like it you can gain other entries for following on facebook, twitter and tweeting but these are purely optional. Good luck!