Draw your dream tights for Funky Legs and win 7 pairs of tights for 7 days of the week!
Funky Legs are giving one lucky child the chance to design a pair of tights and win a set of 7 pairs of Funky Legs tights, as worn by the likes of Honor Warren (Jessica Alba's daughter) and Sarah Jessica Parker's twins as well as countless other celebrity kids.
Funky legs have the most gorgeous selection of funky print tights, baggy trousers and tutus. Little Flea loves them all. And YOU could get your hands on seven, I repeat seven pairs of tights - one for every day of the week!
The competition runs from Monday 22nd September to Monday 29th September 2014. The winners will be announced by 3rd October 2014.
All you need to do is print out the template provided and get your creative juices flowing. You can go retro or modern, you can include stripes or flowers, you could draw your favourite thing ever (mine would be doughnuts!) or you could keep it simple with a cute polka dot design. It's totally up to you, go as wild, colourful and zany as you like!
When you've finished your design, take a picture of it, upload it to instagram with the hashtags #LittleFleaBlog and #funkylegs then email it over to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will then send all your designs over to the Funky Legs HQ, where they will select a winner. That winner will then receive a fabulous package of 7 pairs of tights for 7 days of the week!
The winning drawing from Little Flea will then join the winners from two other blogs where one drawing will be selected overall. This winner will have their design actually produced for the A/W 2015 collection and all profits from the sales of this design will go to the charity of that blogs choice*.
This is an AMAZING prize.
So rules again:
1.) Print out the template below
2.) Draw your design
3.) Take a picture and upload to instagram with the hashtag #LittleFleaBlog and #funkylegs
4.) Email your design to email@example.com
All entries must be in by 29/09/2014.
*Little Flea's chosen charity is Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH.org)