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Make your own Wildlife Greetings card

In the Winter 2016 issue of Wildlife Watch (issue 80) we asked you to create a wildlife greetings card using handprints! We had some brilliant entries so we wanted to show them off here:

Winning entry:


Tegwen, aged 7

We loved how Tegwen had taken the brief and made something completely new! It was a really imaginative entry, which just what a budding artist needs to do to make their work stand out! Well done Tegwen!

 Our other AWESOME entries:

Abdullah, aged 10

Abdullah sent in this super colourful card.


Alfie, aged 8

Thanks Alfie, for sending in this fab card!

Gustav, aged 4

We loved the grass around Gustav's tree!

 Gustav, aged 4

Gustav also sent in this brilliant owl! He looks chilly in the snow!

Safiyah, aged 13

The orange and yellow leaves mixed in with the green give Safiyah's beautiful tree an autumnal feel.

Emily, aged 6

Emily thought outside of the box for her cards, and used her feet instead of her hands. Brilliant!

Leah, aged 8

Leah's Happy Hedgehog brought a smile to our faces! Using fingerprints for spines is a great idea. Well done Leah!

Millie, aged 11

Millie's squirrel, sitting in her tree's hollow, looks like he's enjoying his nut!

Abdur-Rahmaan, aged 7

We love the colourful flowers from Abdur-Rahmaan

Frank, aged 8

Frank has sent in this collage card of a beautiful house surrounded by lovely green trees.

Sonny, aged 5

Sonny send in this fab card with a happy little squirrel!

Abdus-Salaam, aged 5

This is a really colourful card from Abdus-Salaam, thanks for sending it in!

Lilanne, aged 6

Lilanne sent us this lovely owl card!

Lilanne, aged 6

Lilanne also sent us a brilliant tree, complete with a happy little squirrel!