• Tips for winning:
    • Stick to a theme

    • Try to make it commercial!
      ready for M&S

    • Make it yours
      send us your original ideas

    • more tips...

  • What you could win:

and a possible placement!

Competition Closed

This month the competition is all about designing Christmas wrap.

We would like you to consider what makes a great allover repeat pattern for Christmas wrapping paper. Is it a traditional foliage pattern, a cute character, a scene or photographic?

Play to your strengths as a designer and enjoy playing with scale, colour and repeats. Consider how your wrap will look on a roll and how a gift will look when wrapped in your design.

Look out for inspirational posts to help you on our blog over the coming weeks. We can't wait to see your festive designs!

Be Commercial
As always, we’d like you to keep the Marks and Spencer customer in mind. Your design must have a commercial feel. Pop in to your local M&S store or go online to see the type of designs we create.

The winner will receive £200 and a possible placement (Depending on availability).

Image Size
Images must be 500px x 500px or 500px x 700px, jpeg at 72 dpi.

Each entrant may submit a maximum of 5 designs each.

Please submit entries from Tuesday 14th October until Monday 10th November 2014 (Midnight GMT) using the 'Enter Now' button below.

Don’t forget, to retain your original artwork at a resolution of at least 300dpi, incase your design is selected as the winner.

Take Note
You are not allowed to submit a design that is for sale or has been sold to another party. Tigerprint can only accept original or unpublished work. If you submit an unsuitable entry we won't be able to choose you as our winner.

We will endeavour to approve your designs within 48 hours, after which they will be displayed in the current entries gallery.

Check out the Tigerprint competition blogFacebook or Twitter to see the latest entries and find out about competition updates.

Visit our FAQs and Official Rules before submitting any entries for the competition or ask a question via Facebook or Twitter.