In our summer special, Africa's Giants, we asked our readers to have some messy fun creating faces using mud and different things you find in nature. Thank you to everyone who sent us their letters and photos. Below are some of your best muddy creations!
Amali, age 10, Lostwithiel
I hope you like my mud face, it is an owl. I wanted to make it a bit different so I did an owl. I love owls. I love Eco Kids planet magazine. This competition was such fun.
Leila, age 7, New Malden
Dominic, age 11, Leeds
The Woodland Wanderer Mudface
Harriet, age 10,Carshalton
This is my mud face made out of mud; with dried olive leaves for hair; three little flowers for a hint of colour; grass seeds for eye brows; snipped olives for eyes; moulded mud and sunflower seeds for a nose; watermelon cut precisely to shape for a mouth and stones for a necklace and earrings.
I made Olivia ( that is her name because I made her under an olive tree in Italy).
Keira, age 6, Edwinstowe
Drew, age 9, St. Osyth
Arlo, age 8, St. Osyth
Innes, age 8, Strout
Axel, age 10
"Down with poaching"
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