Hot Kids Artwork from ‘Made By’ Showler & Showler AND win a canvas & greeting cards worth £99.95

showler and showler ABC print

showler and showler 123 print

ballerina birthday card by showler and showler

Longtime BG readers may be looking at these fantastic illustrations and thinking that the style is vaguely familiar and that’s because the design duo behind these fabulous canvases, Showler & Showler, are also the peeps that designed cool store Lula Sapphire’s catalogue and logo.

Seriously swoon central, under their ‘Made By’ moniker, they’ve designed a collection of high quality stretched canvas prints including the brilliant ABC and 123 delights shown, with others for learning numbers as well as fruity and love inspired pieces for around the home. Their distinctive, playful, bold graphics straddle a wonderful line between retro and contemporary, reminding you of books from your own childhood, with many of their cards for instance, being so gorgeously illustrated, you may even want to frame them, and you’ll definitely want to save and treasure them.

pirate boy card by showler and showler super boy by showler and showler 2 today card by showler and showler

I’ve got a fabulous prize of an ABC print 50 X 50cm worth £74.95 plus £25 worth of greeting cards for one reader to be won!

To enter, tell me: What is the letter ‘P’ illustrated with on the canvas?

Send your entries to newsletter AT I will also accept entries via the comments box but if you leave a comment, purlease don’t put your address or telephone number in the comment but obviously do leave a valid email address (not publicly visible) so that you can be contacted for your your prize.

The competition is open to subscribers to the daily email notification which alerts you to when the site has been updated and it’s also open to subscribers to the monthly newsletter. By entering the competition, if you are not already a subscriber to either of these, you’re agreeing to subscribe to the daily notification. If you don’t want to be on the list, do not enter!

Showler and Showler are also offering 10% off when you use the code BPR091126041945.

If you want to be in with two chances to win, by subscribing to their mailing list, you can enter for the chance to win a 123 print 50 X 50 cm worth £74.95 plus £25 worth of greeting cards.

Competition closes: Friday 18th December 2009, 9pm
Other current giveaways: Win a Babymel Amanda Changing bag worth £48.50 and win Rosie Flo colouring books

Competition is open to entrants based in the UK and Ireland. The main competition for an ABC print 50X50cm worth £74.95 and £25 worth of greeting cards is hosted by Bambino Goodies. By entering you are either already subscribing to either the daily or monthly notification, or by entering, you’re agreeing to be added to the daily notification. The prize will be dispatched by Showler & Showler so your name and address will be passed to them for this purpose. No cash alternative offered. The second competition is for a 123 print and £25 worth of greeting cards and to enter, you need to visit Showler and Showler and are subject to their terms and conditions.


  1. The answer is pea pod. You feature so many wonderful alphabet prints it is hard to know which to choose – but this one is definitely a winner!

  2. Hope Hughes says:

    Pea pod. What a fab prize – this would be prfet for my little one!

  3. Pea pod – fantastic competition, thank you!

  4. It is pea pod :)

  5. Hells Bells says:

    Pea pod!

  6. Pea Pod:-)

  7. P is for Pea Pod!

  8. peapod – i love the artwork!

  9. alison jenkinson says:

    The answer is pea pod. This would look so gorgeous on any nursery wall

  10. P is for pea pod.

  11. P is for peapod

  12. P is for pea pod :)

  13. Pea is Pod….fingers crossed

  14. PEA POD! :-)

  15. pea pod!

  16. P is for pea pod.

    Really lovely print, fingers crossed.

  17. P is for pea pod.

  18. Charlotte Fulker says:

    Answer is Pea Pod

    These are great more likely to get on the wall as no need to frame

  19. pea pod – thanks bron

  20. Weary Working Mum says:

    P is for Pea Pod:-)

  21. Chris Peil says:

    P is for Peapod,