With Christmas fast approaching we thought we’d add a little excitement into your lives so you can feel like little kids again! We are gifting three limited edition prints to three lucky people this Christmas. So if you’ve had your eye on one of these prints this is you chance. Or if you have any friends that would like one, please let them know. There will be two 245 x 245mm prints (value $220 each) and one print valued at $290.00 (various sizes available) to be won.
To be in to win you must: Follow @bellamygalleryNZ on Facebook Follow @bellamy.gallery on Instagram Tag three friends in the comments
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Competition is open to NZ residents only. Giveaway closes at 11:59pm on 18th December 2022. The winners will be drawn on Monday 19th December 2022. There are three separate prizes across Facebook and Instagram. Please ignore any fake pages claiming to be us and remember we’ll never ask for credit card details.
This giveaway is not sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with Instagram of Facebook.
Fake accounts or accounts made with the intention of giveaways only are not eligible. We have all rights to judge if an account is eligible or not. We may ask for ID.
We will contact the winners on Monday the 19th Dec with instructions on how to claim the prize.
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