Competition – Caricature Artist
Competition by Caricature Artist Maeve O’Keeffe
ONLY 3 DAYS LEFT TO #WIN in the FRAZZLED MAMMY CARICATURE COMPETITION!
The caricature competition I’m running with Fitzpatrick’s Shop has got such a great reaction that we’ve decided to extend the deadline until 5.00pm this Friday April 25th.
To win this unique prize of a personalised caricature done by me and a cake from Fitzpatrick’s Shop, Glounthaune, Cork for your next special occassion, simply;
1) LIKE Frazzled Mammy Facebook page, and
2) LIKE & SHARE the competition picture on Fitzpatrick’s Shop Facebook page
Any comments? Post to my blog or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Maeve O’Keeffe, the Frazzled Mammy! ©Maeve O’Keeffe 2015
Maeve O’Keeffe is a Cartoonist, Illustrator and Journalist in Cork, Ireland
Contact : e-mail email@example.com or tweet @frazzled_mammy
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