I am so excited because my local school has kindly offered to do an art and word competition with me. Schools need funding so we will split the profit 50/50.
When you are an artist making cheap postcards to present your work to others is a must. The ones I have had printed are such high quality that they will not fit through your normal home printer. But for me that is not a problem because I like to use high quality images to show off our artwork. So it is just a case of getting your photographs printed by a professional photo printing company and sticking them on the back of the postcard.
They look stunning. I love the glossy finish but you may prefer mat. The postcards I use are 4x6 inch. Some photo printing companies cheat a little on the sizing so make sure you go for the best. If you would like to order some blank postcards get in touch: email@example.com
Here are some characters I made out of plastic, based on my little girls characters above. She asked me "Mummy all my friends have award plaques, why don't I?" I think I should buy her one for being a great artist, what do you think?
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I tried buying blank postcards and non of them were any good, so I ended up creating my own so they match perfectly to the photo size I need. They are only 30p each, discount on bulk orders so will leave it up to you. Contact me Sharon: firstname.lastname@example.org
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