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Show the love – heart shaped sticker design contest entries!

To celebrate the launch of heart shaped stickers, we wanted to show some love and give back by offering £1,000 worth of printed.com points to gift to one chosen charity. To win this prize (plus a £150 Amazon voucher for yourself too), all you had to do was design a heart-shaped sticker!

Well, the chance to design something new and give back to a good cause obviously struck a chord with you all because we’ve been overwhelmed by some seriously stunning design entries.

Below are all the design entries, with the winner being announced next week!

 

Judging the competition are: 

Illustrator, Author and Arrest All Mimics Podcast Host Ben Tallon 

Bridebook Wedding Stationer of the Year 2017 and Creative Director of Wonderland Invites, Jenna Collier

Pre-press Operator at printed.com, James Johnson

Customer Service Advisor at printed.com, Rebecca Kelly 

Content & Social Media Specialist at printed.com, Larissa Hirst

 

We’ll be going through the entries very shortly, so please let us know your favourite by commenting below! 

 

Emma Louise Caresimo for Gwent Wildlife Trust, Cheeky Monkey Designs for Hunts Community Cancer Network, Hello Logo UK for Kirkwood Hospice.

Missycards for Baby Bank Network, Lynne Owens for Ardgowan Hospice, Adoption Joy for Family Care Nottingham

Nadine Carruthers for Al-Ahbash, Amy Dexter for the RNLI, Ian Knight – for Cancer Research UK

Tom Wilding x2 for Crohn’s and Colitis UK (left and centre), Rosalind Dando for RAY – Refugee Action York

Salon Success x3 for The Hairdressers’ Charity (all three)

Salon Success for Battersea Dogs & Cats Home, Salon Success for Stand Up To Bullying, Salon Success for The Hairdressers’ Charity

Michelle Walker for Strathcarron Hospice, Mich Venn for Tiny Tickers, Wojtek Design for Mind Aberystwyth

Jakenna creative design for Cancer Research UK, Tammi Heals for Coeliac UK, Shannon Connolly for Help for Heroes

Victoria Butterell for 8 Lives Cat Rescue Sheffield, Emma Hill for Age UK Shropshire, Zippadee Doodle for Dreams Come True Charity

Alice’s Bear Shop x2 for The Word Forest Organisation (left and centre), Angi Burrows for Watoto – Rescue Raise Rebuild

Jamie Bryan for Blind Dog Rescue UK, Little Betty Design for 42nd Street The Horsfall, Jade Maclean – for Children’s Hospices Across Scotland

Abigail Victoria Joan Taylor for Cats Protection, Laura May Designs for Wood Green, The Animals Charity, Alice Bolton for Blind Dog Rescue UK

Curious Malcom Art for Make-A-Wish UK, Curious Malcolm Art for YoungMinds, Izzy Robertson for The Word Forest Organisation

Daisy Mace for Bliss, Blush & Blossom for Farm Africa, Donna Mintey for Cancer Research UK

Alice Hughes-Dennis for St Mary’s Hospice Birmingham, Sam Miller for The Guide Dogs for the Blind Association, Darling Prints for Pop ‘N’ Grow

Cutie and the Feast for The Miscarriage Association, White Rabbit – for Cancer Research UK

Whose your favourite? Tell us by commenting below!

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28 comments on “Show the love – heart shaped sticker design contest entries!

  1. Dawn on

    So many lovely designs for such worthy charities. I particularly like Abigail Victoria Joan Taylor for Cats Protection and Cutie and the Feast for The Miscarriage Association.

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  2. Jackie sear on

    Wojtek design should win not only is it a great design and a great cause I wojtek has done loads to help me on my various causes and projects and he deserves to win

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  3. Costas K. on

    I really like the one by Wojtek Design, it’s quite minimal and elegant with nice detailing. My second one would be the one by Laura May – very cute and follows the shape of the heart nicely.

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  4. Karen on

    Wojtek Design for Mind Aberystwyth
    I really love the conceptual design of this piece. Art is open to interpretation, but when I look at this I see tow people who are in love, and the butterflies symbolise that fluttering feeling in your heart when you meet that special someone. Beautiful x

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  5. Penny on

    Wojtek London for Mind Aberystwyth is my favourite design and has my vote 🙂
    Beautiful , clean and expresses emotion ?

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  6. Suzy Hurst on

    I love the Missycards heart for Baby Bank Network! Providing pre-loved baby items to those in need hopefully not only provides practical help but also the belief that someone cares – helping them get ‘there’ ?

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