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Last Updated: Friday February 25 2011 09:30 GMT

What souvenir would you make for the royal wedding?

Royal wedding souvenirs

An artist from Cumbria has designed a royal wedding sick bag to mark Prince William and Kate Middleton's big day.

Lydia Leith hopes the couple will see the funny side of her unusual souvenir, which has a picture of the pair underneath the slogan "Throne Up".

What souvenir would you make to celebrate the royal wedding? Is there an item you think should be made to mark the special day?

Maybe you reckon a Kate and Wills scarf would be the best souvenir? Or perhaps you'd love to see a royal wedding pizza in the shops?

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Your comments

"Royal wedding football boots!"

Matthew, 11, Derbyshire, England

"A royal wedding game for the Wii!"

Joseph, 14, Bradford, England

"Royal wedding shavers!"

Nick, 13, Cheshire, England

"I would make a computer!"

Liam, 12, Wolverhampton, England

"I would make a royal wedding football!"

Louis, 11, Doncaster, England

"I would produce a set of stamps."

Harry, 11, London, England

"I would make a royal wedding certificate."

Simon, 11, London, England

"I would make a royal wedding board game."

Hannah, 12, Kent, England

"I would make a royal wedding lip gloss."

Amy, 14, Bournemouth, England

"I would make a royal wedding make up set."

Laura, 14, London, England

"I would make a royal wedding rucksack."

Naomi, 11, London, England

"I would make a charm with them on it."

Fran, 12, Peterborough, England

"I would make Russian dolls with the Queen as the biggest and the next Prince William and then Kate!"

Rebecca, 11, Lanarkshire, Scotland

"I think I would make lockets because I think they would look really pretty!"

Sarah, 9, Scotland

"Personally, I don't think they should have anything made, at least until they are King and Queen. But it would be nice to have a union jack with their faces on it!"

Natasha, 10, London, England

"I would make a locket necklace with a picture of the bride and groom on either side and pretty design on the front."

Bronte, 13, Aberdeen, Scotland

"I would make a gold trophy of them both together!"

Sarah, 9, Cumbria, England

"I would make a clay model of the royal couple!"

Megan, 13, Manchester, England

"I would make a royal wedding photo frame or an afternoon tea set with saucers, cups, jam pots and plates with William and Kate on them. I have to say, Prince William looks cheesy on that plate!"

Beth, 11, South Yorkshire, England

"I would love to make a royal wedding hairbrush."

Naomi, 11, London, England

"Chocolate bars which say enjoy the royal wedding as much as this chocolate!"

Claudia, 9, London, England

"I would make a royal comic book starring William and Kate because it would appeal to kids too!"

Elin, 10, London, England

"A keyring is a good idea, because when I was in London I noticed that lots of people had keyrings on their bags from all over the world. I collect keyrings and if they made a royal wedding one I would happily add it to my collection as a reminder of something wonderful which has happened to this lovely couple!"

Becky, 13, Buckinghamshire, England

"To be honest Prince William looks a bit cheesy on that plate. On the other hand, I think a royal wedding dolls' house might be good!"

Anonymous, 12, Oxfordshire, England

"I would make coins because I collect them."

Maria, 11, London, England

"I would make royal wedding earrings!"

Bethany, 10, Warwickshire, England

"A royal wedding frame would be good."

Lucy, 10, Essex, England

"I would make a royal wedding outfit- a dress, skirt or trousers with a t shirt and shiny trainers!"

Lauren, 13, Herefordshire, England

"I would make a royal wedding necklace and bracelet."

Mary, 13, London, England

"A royal wedding afternoon tea kit, complete with scones, cream, strawberry jam, tea for two and some delicate china cups and saucers with William and Kate printed upon them."

Trinny, 12, England

"A toy!"

Emily, 9, London, England

"How about a royal wedding camera?!"

Grace, 12, Worcestershire, England

"I would make a royal wedding picture frame, you could put pictures of the wedding in it!"

Samantha, 12, Kent, England

"I would make a royal wedding watch."

Emma, 11, Surrey, England

"I would make a royal wedding school uniform!"

Natasha, 11, London, England

"I would make a royal wedding handbag and make up!"

Louisa, 14, London, England

"I would make some royal wedding pyjamas!"

Maraline, 13, London, England

"I would make a royal wedding swimming costume, and trunks for boys!"

Sarah, 12, London, England

"I would create a royal wedding flag."

Elizabeth, 12, Manchester, England

"I would make a royal wedding hat."

Megan, 11, East Sussex, England

"I would make a royal wedding globe."

Sophie, 11, London, England

"I would make a royal wedding badge with both their faces on it."

Amber, 11, Berkshire, England

"I would design a royal wedding postcard. A sickbag is just odd!"

Courtney, 14, Newcastle Upon Tyne, England

"I would make a royal wedding biscuit tin!"

Danielle, 13, Bradford, England

"A royal wedding scarf and coat."

Georgia, 11, Kent, England

"How about a royal wedding pizza?!"

Sophie, 12, Hampshire, England

"I would design a royal wedding chocolate bar."

Chelsea, 11, London, England

"Royal wedding chocolate bars!"

Libby, 12, UK

"Maybe a mug or a glass?"

Emma, 9, Kent, England

"I would make a key ring! Loads of people would buy it because it would be affordable to everyone! But I do quite like the idea of a sick bag! I find it funny if you'd want to throw up when you see all the kissing!"

Emily, 11, Yorkshire, England

"I'd either make a jigsaw, pens or some banners!"

James, 13, Cheshire, England

"I would make William and Kate rubber ducks for the bath!"

Alice, 13, Warwickshire, England

"I would like to see a t-shirt! It would be fab!"

Rebecca, 10, Midlands, England

"I'd make a Kate and Prince William doll!"

Rosie, 10, Edinburgh, Scotland

"Bracelets that would be shiny and gold, with lots of glitter and under £1!"

Sandra, 12, Bristol, England

"I would make cupcakes with a photo of the royal couple on top! Yummy!"

Eve, 12, Cheshire, England

"I would make a royal wedding ice cream. It would be called willy-middy ice cream (for William and Middleton)!!!"

Lucy, 12, Kent, England

"Biscuits with their faces on them. How yummy!! I could eat their faces!"

Lola, 11, Plymouth, England

"I would love to see a royal wedding cake in the shops. It would be a sponge cake with jam and cream on top, a layer of chocolate above that and a few sweets and cherries on the very top. Yummy!"

Ciara, 12, London, England

"A mouse mat!"

James, 13, UK

"A pencil case would be nice."

Sam, 11, UK

"Maybe a bed set, that would be so cool!"

Leah, 13, Bolton, England

"I think there should be a phone cover."

Saanika, 12, London, England

"I would like to see a phone!"

Isobel, 10, London, England

"I would like to see a prom dress for girls and a suit for boys. This would be for children under ten so they could be real princesses and princes too!"

Ella, 14, England

"Maybe post cards, that would be cool."

Mazey, 11, Cornwall, England

"I would like to see a gymnastics leotard, that would be cool!"

Robyn, 12, UK