For fans of Euro 2016, filling out a Panini sticker album won’t come cheap, but Sian Pratchett who works as an Occupational Therapist at the Endeavour Academy in Oxford and her husband Alex will save up to £400 by drawing their own quirky portraits – raising money for charity in the process.
They hope to sketch a replica of each of the 680 stickers by the time the tournament finishes on July 10. Their website, Panini Cheapskates, has had more than 102,000 hits since. They have also been on the BBC website, FourFourTwo football magazine and in numerous newspapers.
Alex, who works for Cancer Research UK, said he was particularly looking forward to drawing midfielder Joe Ledley’s “amazing beard”.
Donations are invited for MacIntyre charities and Cancer Research UK.
Visit their Virgin Money Giving page where you can sponsor them online.
The top 100 donors will get a personalised Panini Cheapskate portrait of themselves!