A Redgate Primary School pupil has designs on Christmas after winning a competition launched by Formby's Labour MP Bill Esterson.
Year 2 pupil Cameron Maudsley beat more than 1,000 other primary and secondary school children to be the winner of the MP's Christmas card competition.
MP Bill Esterson said he was extremely impressed by all of the high quality entries, but Cameron's snowy house design stood out.
Bill said: "I had thousands of really amazing designs from young people throughout Sefton Central, which made judging the winners really very difficult.
"But after much deliberation, it was decided that Cameron's excellent snowy design would be the Formby winner.
"People throughout Formby will be receiving this fantastic design as part of my Christmas cards and it will also be the card that I send on to my Parliamentary colleagues, including Labour leader Ed Miliband."
Redgate Headteacher Wendy Grime said the whole school was proud of Cameron.
Mrs Grime said: "I am really pleased that Cameron has won this competition with his brilliant design.
"All the children who entered the competition did really well. We are delighted that a pupil from Redgate has won."
As well as having the privilege of having his design on the front of Bill's cards, Cameron was presented with an early Christmas present by the MP during a special visit to the Formby school.
Bill said: "It was really lovely to go into Redgate and to surprise Cameron with the news that he had won.
"I presented all of the children who entered the competition with a certificate and Cameron received a special prize which had been kindly donated by Tesco.
"I'd like to thank all of the schools that took part, all the pupils that took part, Redgate Headteacher Wendy Grime and Tesco for the prizes.
"I really couldn't have asked for a better design for the Christmas cards.
"It just highlights how talented our young people are in Sefton."