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Children #GetCreative with Antalis papers

Antalis has announced Brooke Hunter as the overall winner of its #GetCreative competition, an initiative designed to provide a distraction for children during the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) lockdown.

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Brooke Hunter won an iPad for her drawing of a panda on Antalis paper Keaykolour Pastel Green

Six-year-old Brooke was chosen at random from hundreds of entries, winning an iPad for her drawing of a panda on Antalis paper Keaykolour Pastel Green.

To enter, children had to submit a drawing on their favourite colour chosen from their #GetCreative pack of paper, along with a note about why they chose the colour. Parents were able to request a pack of paper for the competition.

Katie Farr, marketing and communications manager at Antalis, says: “With schools closed and parents looking for ways to keep their children entertained, we thought a colouring competition might be a nice way to ignite creativity.

“It’s also been lovely for us at Antalis to see the entries come in from our nation’s talented children – they’ve helped to bring a little joy to a lot of people during this uncertain time.”

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