“She persisted” postcards

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“She was warned. She was given an explanation. Nevertheless, she persisted.”

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As soon as Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said those words about Senator Elizabeth Warren, and silenced her, a movement was born.

I created this t-shirt design that you can get on TeeSpring, and 50% of the proceeds will benefit my friends over at Being Black at School, to support the important work they do.
A friend sent me a message commenting on the shirt, and made another suggestion/request, for postcards. I love this idea, and have been sending them to various members of government ever since I read that sealed envelopes are delayed up to 5 weeks in DC, to undergo safety testing. Postcards are easy. 🙂
After doing a little research, I came up with the most affordable way to get postcards into people's hands, so I'm writing up this tutorial to walk you through the process of ordering some for yourself. This way is far more affordable then the standard consumer-facing print on demand services, so hopefully you'll be able to order some and send them out yourself.

1. Choose a Design

I've created three styles you can choose from, click the link below each image to get them in high resolution for printing. There's also a basic black & white backside for the postcard section. Click the arrow (circled) to download the file and save it to your computer.

[Download March Postcard]

[Download Liberty Postcard]

[Download Purple Postcard]

 2. Upload artwork to OvernightPrints.com

I've used OvernightPrints.com for my business cards and other printing needs for years; the quality is great, and the pricing can't be beat. The screenshots below will walk you through the steps to upload and place your order.

3. Approve and Order

Once you click that “Next” button, you're taken through a couple more screens; mailing services (pass) and a preview screen. Make sure it all looks good, check your preferred material (the default 15 pt cardstock is fine for this; no need to spend extra for the 110#)

Scroll all the way down to choose your quantity. The prices drop the more you order, so I recommend you order as many as you might possibly want.

4. Write and mail postcards

It's up to you exactly what you say and who you say it to. 🙂

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