Art for Haiti Finalists Voting!

The submitting Art for Haiti contest has now officially closed but there is still one more step … your vote! It’s time to vote for our finalist! Simply visit the What’s New blog and vote for one of the following drawings!

Option A!

Option B!

Option C!

Option 4!

Hello Penguins!

For everyone taking part in our Art for Haiti project, today’s an important day… It’s time to vote for our finalist!

After careful consideration, the team has picked the top 4 submissions. Now everyone needs to decide which picture to paint for the mural in Haiti.

Here they are – Bella Stars, Mochileiro 7, Cadogs, Mickey1216:

Option A
Option A
Option B
Option B
Option C
Option C
Option D
Option D

A huge thanks to everyone who took part and submitted their artwork. Your response has been incredible!

Let us know what you think of the top four pictures, and make sure to get your votes in before we close the polls on Friday!

Until then… Waddle on!

Waddle On!
Yellow Crown

Option A
Option A
Option B
Option B
Option C
Option C
Option D
Option D

A huge thanks to everyone who took part and submitted their artwork. Your response has been incredible!

Let us know what you think of the top four pictures, and make sure to get your votes in before we close the polls on Friday!

Until then… Waddle on!

-Club Penguin Team

-Club Penguin Team

I’d like to congratulate Bella Stars, Mochileiro 7, Cadogs, Mickey1216! Congratulations guys! You sure draw really well and you just made the Club Penguin community proud! 🙂 It sure looks Option D is taking the lead! I personally like Option D best too … but we’ll be knowing who’s drawing is going to be drawn on a School playground wall in Haiti supported by Club Penguin!

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About Yellow Crown

Hi, I'm Yellow Crown and I'm a Club Penguin fan. I've been playing Club Penguin since August 2006 and I even have a Club Penguin blog with Fosters1537 on fosters1537.wordpress.com . I accept any friend request, add me on Club Penguin: Yellow Crown.

Posted on August 26, 2010, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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