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Cast your vote for the QT Cuties

Coraline Domingo.
Coraline Domingo. Little Bean Photography

WHEN it comes to melting hearts, little Coraline Domingo takes some beating.

But is Coraline the cutest little kid in Ipswich? From today you'll be able to judge for yourself as we launch our QT Cuties competition.

We'll be printing 20 pictures a day of some the 140 tots who posed for Little Bean Photography at Redbank Plaza shopping centre last month.

The photos will appear from today to Friday this week and on Monday, April 23, and Tuesday, April 24.

Voting forms will also be printed each day.

Anyone who loves a tot with cheeky grin is welcome to vote - and four lucky voters will receive $50 vouchers to spend at Redbank Plaza.

And it's not just the glory of being Ipswich's most gorgeous kid that's up for grabs.

The winner will receive a free studio photo session with Little Bean Photography and a $100 voucher to spend at Mr Toys' Toyworld.

The next nine runners-up will also receive vouchers from the Redbank Plaza toystore. So get voting!

Topics:  competition, qt cuties, voting




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