7 February 2012
Last updated at 14:24
The winning entries have been chosen in a contest to design strips which will be used by teams on a forest football pitch celebrating the 2012 Olympics. The winners included Mia Gordon, 10, from Edinburgh Academy. The artist behind the project, Craig Coulthard, said: "I loved Mia’s beautiful overlapping of colours and the unusual choice to use tissue paper."
Another winner was Amelia Purkis, 9, from Lilliesleaf Primary School, Melrose. Mr Coulthard commented: "What I particularly liked about Amelia's design was the confident colour choice, and the superb drawing of a deer with trees for antlers, plus a charming fox on the back of the shirt."
“What I particularly liked about Anah's design was the bold combination of different patterns and the use of watercolours," said Mr Coulthard about the successful entry from Anah Dodds, 11, from Letham Primary School in Fife.
Kerr Carlyle, 10, from Dalmilling Primary School, Ayr was also selected. Mr Coulthard said: "I loved the graphic and bold interpretation of tartan in Kerr's design which created a striking and distinct impression on the viewer."
There was a special commendation for Ben Logan, 10, from Maxwellton Primary School, East Kilbride. He was praised for the "totally original idea to make the shirt into a wolf’s face, complete with ears, and the addition of claws on the cuffs".