We have been asked by our partner Lidl, if we have any MNers with arty children who would like their masterpieces to feature in Lidl stores nationwide!
Lidl say "We're always looking for new ways to help families shop, and as part of this we are rolling out kids trolleys! We have space on the trolleys and trolley bay for some design and we'd love to celebrate all the work we do with Mumsnet by showcasing the artwork of Mumsnetter's children in this space. We'd love to see pictures featuring fresh fruit and veg, or your child's interpretation of family supermarket shopping!"
To enter: Ask your child to do a drawing on paper of fruit, vegetables or even general shopping - this can be in pen, crayon, paint or whatever medium they like (they can add their first name if they like) - and on A4 or A3 paper. Take a photo of it and add it to this thread. But do keep the original safe and flat! All T&Cs are below but be sure to add it by midnight on Thursday 5th January 2017. Lidl with an independent judge will then pick the winners and swing into action.
Lidl will be picking up to 3 winners, and each winning artwork will receive a £100 voucher to spend in Lidl and may have their artwork featured in store and in other marketing materials.
My daughter loved creating this fruit trolley collage. She is 6 and loves creating all kinds of art. It's slightly deflating to read the comments above about spec and artists. While I can sympathise, i'm not sure I can classify my daughter as an artist who should be commissioned and paid for her work! If it's any consolation, at least if Lidl aren't paying thousands for art work on their kids trolleys, then the price of their fruit and veg won't go up?