Melbourne-based designer and illustrator Natalie Jarvis, aka Electric Confetti, makes bright and quirky neon signs for your home. We want to give you one.

Made with LEDs and PVC, they’re cheaper and more durable than the old-school signs you see at pubs and old diners, but they’re just as bright. Ice-creams, rainbows, unicorns and Pacman: the world of neon nostalgia is in safe hands.

The prize features a six-pack of Stella Artois and six Stella Artois chalices for the perfect pouring experience at home.

Neon signs from Electric Confetti cost between $229 and $895 at Electric Confetti

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The 12 Days of Christmas competition has now ended. The winner is Judy Pace. Congratulations.

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