Sunday, 30 July 2017

Bic Kids Stationery Bundle Giveaway and Competition News

Bic make a huge range of stationery products for kids and it goes far beyond the fabulous felt tipped pen sets and the all-time classic 4-colour pen. The quality is excellent, they're reliable and every Bic product is designed to last for longest possible use.


This Summer Bic have a competition with Mumsnet for any budding artists aged 5-11 to email in a photo of their best drawing for a chance to win £50 of Bic Goodies AND have their artwork displayed on a local billboard! There's also a bonus prize of £300 Tesco vouchers. Entries HAVE TO BE IN BY 6th August - so get your skates on! More information is on the Mumsnet website.

To promote the competition with Mumsnet we've been sent a great selection of Bic Kids stationery for my children to review and one of my readers can win the same bundle for themselves.

Included in the bundle are:


Bic Kids Colour And Erase Pens (Pack of 12, prices vary, around £2). 10 colourful felt tipped pens and 2 eraser pens. My boys think it's magic...



Bic Kids Plastidecor Wax Crayons (pack of 12, around £3). Extra long and strong wax crayons suitable for children 30 months and up. No splinters, no pen on clothes or hands.



The gorgeous fine drawing Bic Conte felt Tipped Pens (pack of 10, around £4.50). Reliable felt tips with bright colours and a really good tip with no fraying. You can't get handier than this tin for a school bag.


The ever-popular 4-Colour Shine Pen - red, blue, black and green in one! (single around £2.70, pack of 3 around £4.99). This time with a really pretty Shine finish - in purple. I'm pinching this one for myself...



Bic Cristal Multi-Colour Ballpoint Pens (pack of 20, around £7). The staple of any office, however this pack of 20 pens has 2 each of 10 different colours. I spelled Cristal wrong there, no-one look.



Last but not least the ingenious Kid Coleur Washable Felt Tipped Pens (pack of 12, around  £5). They will indeed wash out of most fabrics and you can't lose the lids! Yeeeay. They come with an integral case and are especially handy for travelling.


You can find all of these products and many more on the Bic website. Bic also have a great children's Bic Kids site with free printables, educational materials and even personalised workbooks.  Bic stationery is available to buy in a bazillion stockists nationwide, including WH Smith, Staples and Amazon.


To promote the kids drawing competition with Mumsnet (be quick, closes August 6th) Bic have kindly offered one of my readers this Bic Kids bundle as a giveaway prize. Entry to the giveaway is by using the Gleam form below. Gleam or I won't store or pass on any of your details, I only use them to check the winning entry and contact the winner. The giveaway is open to UK entrants only and will end at midnight Sunday 3rd September 2017. 

For help with Gleam and to see my other UK giveaways, including a more adult Bic Stationery Bundle please go to my Giveaways Page.

Bic Kids Stationery Bundle Giveaway


We were sent our bundle for review.

78 comments:

  1. I always used to draw flowers and animals

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  2. I used to draw the same as you! with a path leading from the front door :) x

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  3. They love drawing animals and birds

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  4. I used to draw animals, mainly dogs.

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  5. I drew flowers and my daughter loves drawing butterflies

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  6. I used to love drawing a under the sea picture, with a boat at the top of the water and lots of fish under the water, with bubbles coming from their mouth.

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  7. Faces !!!
    Houses TOO just like yours

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  8. I remember drawing lots of pictures of clowns when i was a kid

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  9. I use to draw animals as a child especially sealife

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  10. I USED TO LOVE DRAWING BIG YELLOW SUNS WITH LOTS OF RADIATING LINES WITH LOTS OF BROWN V BIRDS FLYING BY

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  11. Trees are our fav, plus Mickey Mouse

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  12. I used to draw lots of pictures with flowers and clouds and the sun in the sky.

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  13. I drew people as a long rectangle with a head on top. No arms or legs as that was too complicated. In my mind they had long dresses on as I loved wearing long party dresses. The men wore them too in my mind, but they had shorter hair!

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  14. I remember drawing bubblegum people most of the time.

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  15. Houses exactly like yours with big trees and a huge sun

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  16. christine shelley6 August 2017 at 14:47

    My mumsaid I always doodled, nothing specific, but I loved to write letters

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  17. I used to draw the typical play school style house.. with a big tree, a one cloud and bright smiling sun.

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  18. Stick people, I remember drawing lots of stick people

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  19. I used to doodle 7 petalled flowers :)

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  20. I always used to draw flowers ...

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  21. I did houses just like yours too! I also liked to draw animals

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  22. I used to draw scenes from the beach

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  23. I loved drawing houses and flowers :)

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  24. I used to draw stars and hearts

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  25. I think I may have been really weird as a child as I always drew a church with a big steeple and a grave yard but it was lovely with flowers, trees and birds and the sun with a little picket fence around it.

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  26. I used to draw stickmen and flowers!

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  27. Well...you know that scary, Demon monster from the film 'Insidious'? - he doesn't draw that...thank god!! ;) although some of his squiggles do resemble something a little similar, but he is only 3 :)

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  28. I USED TO DRAW LADYBIRDS AND BUTTERFLIES JUST THE SAME PICTURE OVER AND OVER IM SURE MY PARENTS WERE HAPPY :d

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  29. When i was a child i used to love drawing animals especially monkeys.

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  30. I always drew an island with trees, house and people

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  31. I always use to draw bunches of grapes! :)

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  32. I was always drawing ghosts and pumpkins, still the same now.

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  33. I liked drawing snails after drawing a spiral

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  34. My son drew cars & lots of them! I don't remember drawing much as a child, but I have always encouraged my son to draw.

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  35. I used to draw a brick wall with a face and hands peering over the top, it was something my dad used to draw so I just copied him.

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  36. I used to draw a lot on flowers in plant pots, my little one likes drawing fairies

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  37. i loved to draw butterflies. my daughter loves to draw cats :)

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  38. Stars, over and over again!

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  39. I remember trying to draw fairies, I was quite obsessed with them!

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  40. I used to love drawing Mr Men characters

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  41. I always used to draw faces especially eyes for some reason

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  42. Big sunshine with rays coming from it and wavy blue sea

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  43. Exactly the same as you, the house with a chimney and smoke coming from it, 4 windows, a door with a number 1 on it, a fence round the garden and there was always a tree with apples on it, and a garden full of flowers :-)

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  44. I remember drawing lots of spikey grass & big colourful flowers

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  45. I used to draw trees and flowers, tho not very well lol!!

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  46. Ooh can't remember what I used to draw (wasn't very good anyway).
    I don't have any children but would love to win this prize for charity, to go to Romania.

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  47. I liked drawing desert islands with jungle and trees

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  48. The same as you, with grass,flowers,trees & a sunshine and a few bird's in the sky.

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  49. I used to draw beautiful princesses, and my son draws dinosaurs!

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  50. A house, with smoke coming out of the chimney, bright yellow sun. with a gate and fence

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  51. I used to draw mansions. It would be about 5 storeys and had about 30 rooms, and I would draw every room. There would be a cinema room, a swimming pool, a room for pets, a toy room, and the garden would have every piece of play equipment going!

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  52. I used to love drawing butterflies and flowers, my son enjoys drawing Super Mario and my daughter loves drawing flowers xx

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  53. like you l used to draw houses . . . . complete with mummy and daddy

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  54. I always drew father christmas, don't know why.

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  55. I always drew various animals, cats, dogs, farmyard creatures.

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  56. I drew animals - usually fluffy, very fluffy.

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  57. Wow, yes I used to draw my houses like that, but also larger than life flowers and grass all around

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  58. I used to draw similar houses they always had like a picket fence around. But I also used to draw my horse but like a stick and all my people were stick people. I wasn't blessed as an artist although I do love it.

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