Tuesday, 29 October 2019

Ad | Christmas Giveaway: ARTdiscount Student's Art Bundle

Blackpool-based ARTdiscount stock a huge range of art supplies, including their own brand range of products, at great prices. We're delighted to be working with them on another giveaway, for a Student's Art Bundle.

Students can get through art supplies more quickly than just about anyone else, and they can have the tightest budgets. ARTdiscount have put together a great bundle of products which would be handy for anyone, and ideal for students...

Ad | Christmas Giveaway:  ARTdiscount Student's Art Bundle

At retailers recommended prices the bundle would cost almost £60 (you'd save around £20 buying at ARTdiscount), and includes:

Derwent Academy Watercolours 12 set
Staedtler x18 watercolour brush pens
ARTdiscount own brand Watercolour/ Gouache brushes
Daler-Rowney x24 Artists' Sketching & Graphic Pencils

I displayed my own art in the ARTdiscount Beginner's Bundle Giveaway, but we do have our own art student here at The Brick Castle. One of our grown up kids is studying art at Uni and they are a lot better than I am...

Our uni students artwork huge wall mural dedicated to his sister

This bundle has lots of items ideal for someone who is a little serious about their art. Students and amateur artists who want to expand their range, or already know the best pencils for shading. This is a really nice bundle and together would cost almost £60 to buy at manufacturers recommended prices.

Students Christmas Giveaway bundle

ARTdiscount stock a HUGE range of art supplies, including well-known brands, and they are very proud of their own range of products - which are all priced very fairly. They also have a partnership with One Tree Planted, to help offset their carbon footprint.

To enter the sweepstake to win the ARTdiscount Student's Bundle, use the Gleam form below. None of your information, including emails or social media are used for anything other than administering this giveaway and then they're deleted - I only see them if you win. If you are new to Gleam you can find a link to a Gleam form 'how to', along with my current UK giveaways here.

No entries are mandatory, but each task completed earns extra entries into the random draw at the end. The giveaway is open to UK entrants only and will end at midnight Sunday 1st December for Christmas delivery. Full terms and conditions at the bottom of the Gleam form.

ARTdiscount Student's Art Bundle Giveaway

This giveaway is one of three sponsored by ARTdiscount - who we will also be reviewing for shortly! 

51 comments:

  1. I was always better at clay than drawing but I remember drawing one really good shoe!

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  2. I remember drawing flowers and animals when I was at school.

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  3. Robert Mark Ward30 October 2019 at 05:08

    The only thing I remember making at school was a chair, made from steel pipes.

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  4. i remember mostly drawing animals and wildlife :)

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  5. Yes, art was my favourite subject and I still do lots of art now! Thankfully my two girls have taken after me for their love of creativity!

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  6. I remember drawing the dissection of a rat in all stages when I did A level Biology

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  7. The only thing I can remember drawing is stick people drawings! I hope I've improved since then!

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  8. I loved drawing but I can't remember getting any reward for it, I did win a prize for flower arranging though :) I'm entering for my girls who are the real artists in the house.

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  9. I had zero artistic talent at school, my mum still has my spectacularly ugly vase that I made in high school though!

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  10. I remember having to draw a pile of the classes school shoes on the desk - mine was awful, but my daughter seems to have a bit more artistic flair and would love this bundle!

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  11. I don't remember ever drawing. More batik, model making and scratch foil.

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  12. Liz is looking at doing art at A level. This would be great for her

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  13. OMG this would be amazing we are really focusing on art with our home ed

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  14. I did GCSE Art, so lots! My favourite is a copy of a Salvador Dali painting that I did for my final exam.

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  15. I remember my Art teacher was really fond of having us do pencil drawings of each other. Over time I got pretty good at it, but it's been years since I have done any life drawings, so it would be interesting to try again.

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  16. My Art teacher was keen on us doing pencil drawings of each other.

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  17. Margaret Clarkson
    I remember painting different birds on a tray

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  18. I remember going to a cathedral and doing brass rubbings



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  19. I remember knitting a toy dog called 'Pepe', I believe I still have it somewhere, 40 years later!

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  20. I drew a picture from the graphic novel / film 'The Crow'! It came out so well, I still have it.

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  21. I loved the art classes and always drew trees

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  22. I don't have any children but would love to win this prize to donate to charity

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  23. making a model of a car out of pape mache

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  24. I love art at school, I remember making clay pots and then we sketched them.

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  25. Oh what a great prize all my elder three woyld love and get use from this x

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  26. I always remember drawing a picture of my bathroom for a perspective project. I was never great at art but they were impressed with this. My son is mad about drawing

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  27. I made a wooden spinning top at school

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  28. I remember making a calendar, with a marbled background and then my profile in black as the picture, when i was in year 3 i believe.

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  29. I have a vague memory of proudly walk to school with a humongous castle I made for a history project and weeks prior, my Mum telling us to keep the last off the toilet rolls in order to finish it.

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  30. My best drawing I remeber was a Seahorse

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  31. I remember making masks at school and covering it in paint with feathers

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  32. I can remember making a big picture of a pond with waterlilies and frogs

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  33. I remember doing a book on the Romans with different drawings and poems

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  34. I remember drawing a very detailed wasp when I was in junior school at 10 years old what I remember of it I did a good job.

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  35. I made a clock, it used a shoebox and I made a pig to go on the front and the clock part was on its nose. It looked quite good because we used papermache etc and painted it all

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  36. I remember making a papiermache hot air balloon x

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  37. I remember drawing dolphins in the sea, it wasn't great hah!

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  38. I remember making bonfire posters for the village bonfire

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  39. I remember drawing a picture of a stream in the Peak District after a school trip in Primary School

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  40. I remember in Art class the classic still life drawing - 'draw a bowl of fruit'

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  41. I remember having to draw my reflection in a broken mirror.

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  42. Not much really, i was never any good at either, i do remember in needlework, making an apron for Home economics it turned out ok

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  43. I rember making a clay pot at school

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  44. I remember drawing the human digestive system in Biology and attempting to make a model of the Aswan dam in geography

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  45. I remember making small, wooden cricket figures at school. They were all sold at the school fair when completed x

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  46. I loved art in school so much. My favourite was a picture of electric plugs bizarrely! I think it was in pencil.

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  47. I can remember when I was 6 or 7 the teacher asked us to draw what we wanted to be when we grew up. Most of the girls drew nurses or vets etc. I drew me sat on a racing bike. I wanted to be the first female Barry Sheen!!

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  48. I remember making paper mache puppet heads in primary school, and a binca and wool wall hanging of which I was particularly proud. Mainly I remember using coloured tissue paper and white glue and then spending the rest of the day picking it off my fingers!

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  49. I embroidered a peacock on some pink felt.

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  50. I remember once agreeing to pose for some 6th formers taking an exam. Had to stand still for ages and got very cold.

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