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Oilily's colouring competition digital museum

The winners displayed in an online fairytale castle




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Clothing brand Oilily has opened an online digital museum filled with successful entries to their colouring competition. All of the drawings are displayed in the rooms of a digital castle, with the winning pictures in the ‘princess room’.

The lucky eleven children each won a grey, patchwork felt Oilily 'donkey bag'. Entries were sent in from all over the world from countries as varied as Germany, Japan and France. Amongst the winners was eight-year-old Kato from Switzerland, who impressed the judges with a 3D snowy scene complete with coloured in Christmas trees, cotton wool clouds and pop-up figures. Keep an eye out on Junior for the launch of the next Oilily colouring competition starting in January.


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