Enter your coat-of-arms design into our competition and should you win, receive an iPad, your winning entry as a classy wall hanging (custom made by be-bop-a-lula.com) and receive the official title of Laird, Lord or Lady – we’re not even joking!
Once upon a time, coat-of-arms were predictable affairs - unicorns, wings, swords - you get the picture! But now, in these enlightened times, the possibilities are endless!
What would your ideal coat-of-arms look like? Enter a photograph, illustration, digital graphics or pretty much anything that fits the bill.
Follow this link and take a look at the viral we recently made to see what it is really like to be an actual Lord.
Before submitting an entry, please familiarise yourself with the guidelines below.
Highland Titles offers a unique opportunity for you to buy a plot of land on their estate in the Highlands of Scotland. They sell plots ranging in size from 1 square foot to 1000 square foot, and thanks to Scottish Landowner law, ownership of this estate legally allows you, or someone you love, to use the courtesy title of Laird, Lord or Lady. Many of our customers have updated their driving licence, credit cards and such like to reflect their new status.
Please refrain from entering anything rude or offensive. Entries of this kind will be disqualified. Entires that are clearly plagiarised will be disqualified, along with entries that are intended to offend.
- No restrictions on country of origin
- A maximum of one entry per registered Don’t Panic Online member
- Colour mode: RGB
- Acceptable file extensions: JPG, PNG and GIF
- Maximum file size: 4 MB
- Artwork dimensions: 280mm wide x 385mm high, 300dpi
- Once submitted, there is no way to modify your entry! Please make sure you upload the correct file!
The top 20 entries by vote will be shortlisted and published online. Highland Titles will select the overall winner along with four runners-up.
1 title of Laird, Lord or Lady, courtesy of Highland Titles
1 wall hanging of winning design
1 framed certificate
Runners up (four in total):
1 title of Laird, Lord, or Lady, courtesy of Highland Titles
1 framed certificate
1 Highland Titles goody-bag