Sending a letter to an elected official is a surefire way to make your voice heard! Artists have an advantage—they know how to make their letters and postcards the most eye-catching! How will you get your elected official’s attention, and what will you say? Share your projects using #CMACIVICKIDS
What you’ll need:
Cardstock Paper, cut to 5” x 7’’ size
Drawing Material: Colored Pencil, Oil Pastel, or Marker
Collage Material: Glue Stick, Old Magazines or Paper, Scissors
1. Cut your cardstock paper to postcard paper down to 5 inches by 7 inches. This is a standard postcard size.
2. Then, flip over your postcard and draw a line down the middle. You will now create a spot for an address and a spot for writing your message.
3. Flip your postcard over again. Think about the message you want to send. How can you get it across through drawing and collage?
4. After you’ve finished, write and mail your postcard. Don’t forget a stamp!