HUNDREDS of young Sun on Sunday readers entered our Xmas Cards For Kids competition – and these are the three winning entries now on sale at Tesco.

Their festive photos have been turned into limited edition Christmas cards and the proceeds from their sale will be used to buy gifts for young cancer patients in hospital and raise money for charity Children with cancer in the UK.

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Takiera Headley’s beautiful robin design was admired by all the judgesCredit: Damien McFadden
Takiera says she wants to be an art therapist one day

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Takiera says she wants to be an art therapist one dayCredit: Damien McFadden

Takiera Headley’s beautiful robin design was admired by all the judges.

The 14-year-old from Shrewsbury said: ‘I love drawing, one day I want to be an art therapist so when I saw the competition I knew I wanted to enter. I really couldn’t believe it when I won. I was amazed and delighted.

“I’m so proud that my design is now on sale and that the money from the sales will go to help children with cancer. I went to Tesco to see the cards when they were on sale.

“It was really weird but nice to see it there with all the other cards. It’s weird to think that people will be decorating their homes with it this year.

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“It’s such a great cause. I hope heaps of cards will be sold and heaps of gifts will be bought.

“I chose the robin because it is a symbol of luck, happiness and rebirth. Mine is a cheerful festive robin with a Santa hat. I asked all my friends and family to buy them so they can help the association and the children with cancer.”

Children with Cancer UK is dedicated to raising funds for research and caring for children with cancer and their families.

The goals of his research projects are to understand the causes of cancer in children and to develop better treatments.

Once the cards are sold, The Sun on Sunday will be handing out freebies – with the help of Santa Claus — to children being treated for cancer in hospitals across the country.

Our youngest winner was little Stanley Deamer, just four years old, who drew a picture of a Christmas tree surrounded by gifts.

He decided to create his card because he wanted “people to smile, especially at Christmas”, and said: “Everyone should love each other and be happy, so I put kisses and hearts in it. additional.”

When told that his drawing of a Christmas tree was a winner, he cried out in excitement.

Our youngest winner was little Stanley Deamer, just four years old, who drew a Christmas tree surrounded by gifts.

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Our youngest winner was little Stanley Deamer, just four years old, who drew a Christmas tree surrounded by gifts.1 credit
Stanley's mother said she was

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Stanley’s mum said she was ‘beyond proud of Stanley’ for his card1 credit

His mother Zoe, 29, a hairdresser, said: ‘I am beyond proud of Stanley. When I told him about The Sun on Sunday’s Christmas card competition in the summer and how it would help boys and girls badly, he wanted to take part.

“He didn’t expect to win at all, we were both really shocked when we found out.

“He’s such a compassionate kid, he always wants to help others in any way he can.

“He always watches over his friends at nursery so being able to do something like this at Christmas means the world to him.

“He still can’t believe he won, it’s such a special moment for him and I know he will remember it forever.”

The cards went on sale last week and Zoe, from Dunmow, Essex, took Stanley to see his creation at their local Tesco.

He said: “It was great to see it in the shop. I hope customers buy a lot.

Our third winner was Mia-Rose Hall, seven, from Harborne, Birmingham

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Our third winner was Mia-Rose Hall, seven, from Harborne, Birmingham1 credit

Mia-Rose Hall, age seven, of Harborne, birminghamwas our third winner who made a drawing after the contest launched in August.

She said: “I was so happy and excited when I saw the cards in our supermarket, I couldn’t believe it.

“I told one of the ladies working there that I had drawn the picture and won the contest. She was so surprised she asked me if it was really me who drew it. I had designed. I showed her my name on the back of the card and she said what a beautiful picture it was.cde3

“I’m so proud and I’m so happy that this is raising money for kids with cancer. I told my friends all about it so hopefully everyone will go to Tesco and buy them.

Suzanne Wright, Tesco Community Champion for Oldham Chadderton Superstore, was delighted when the cards were displayed in her supermarket last week.

She said: “I am really proud that we have partnered with The Sun on Sunday to support Children with Cancer UK.

“Great to see these Christmas cards in store, the colorful designs are a great opportunity to spread holiday cheer, while raising awareness and much-needed funds for childhood cancer research.”

Jo Elvin, CEO of Children with Cancer UK, said: “Thank you to all the children who sent in their designs and congratulations to the competition winners.

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“These fantastic festive cards will help raise funds for gifts for children undergoing cancer treatment who may need to spend Christmas away. hospital This year.

“It will also help fund our vital research. We are very grateful to The Sun on Sunday and Tesco for their support. ”