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Submit your Gift Guide banner for Bloesem

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Like I mentioned last week Tiffany and I have started preparing the Gift Guides 2011 for Bloesem and BKids. Last year we used the wonderful image created by Studio Violet, Elisabeth Dunker and Camilla Engman, to give the Guide a nicer look … this year we would like to invite another artist, photographer, illustrator or graphic designer to create the banner for the Guide. Of course you will get all the credits and proper links.

What would you have to do:

submit your banner size 700 pixels wide and 290 pixels height by sending it to this email.

Tiffany and I will choose the design we like best.

You can submit one for either Bloesem or for BKids or for both if you are in a very artistic mood 🙂

Looking forward receiving your entries! ps. Deadline: next week Wednesday 12 October.


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