Imagine walking down the grocery aisle and seeing your child’s artwork on the shelves. Now Juicy Juice is offering a way to make that come true. The Happy Artist Contest gives kids the chance to see their drawings on juice packs nationwide. 

To participate, parents can submit their child’s drawing of what makes them 100% happy through Feb. 28. Visit JuicyJuice.com/HappyArtist to download and print the contest design template

Juicy Juice Happy Artist

“This year more than ever, it’s important for moms and dads to have activities at their fingertips while many are continuing to spend time close to home,” said Ilene Bergenfeld, Chief Marketing Officer at Harvest Hill Beverage Company. “Taking time to reflect on what makes us 100% happy adds another layer of fun to a simple at-home activity, like drawing, and promotes kids’ creative thinking in a new, artistic way.”

A panel of judges will collaborate and select the winners based on criteria including design and technique, originality and consistency with the 100% happy theme. Winners will be announced on March 15. Participants can visit JuicyJuice.com for official rules and regulations.

Four grand prize winners will have the chance to see their artwork featured on Juicy Juice packs and receive a $500 gift card to go towards art supplies and empowering creativity at home. An additional ten first prize winners will receive a $200 gift card to upgrade their at-home art materials. Some tips for little artists’ parents to know:

  • Stay inside the lines – the template is sized accordingly to Juicy Juice’s packaging.
  • Markers, crayons, colored pencils are all accepted, and the more color the better!
  • Artists of any ability and skill level are welcome to participate.
  • Judging is based on two age group categories: 2 – 6 and 7 – 10.

For more inspiration and ideas for staying engaged and entertained while at home, follow Juicy Juice on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. 

—Jennifer Swartvagher

All photos courtesy Juicy Juicy/Featured image: Aaron Burden on Unsplash

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