When people go on holidays, they often pick out postcards from their holiday destinations and mail them home to tell their friends where they have been.
These postcards would often show iconic landmarks, scenic beaches, landscaped gardens or beautiful tourist attractions to identify the places that travellers go to. Of course, there are other types of postcards too, for example art cards with reprints of famous art works or those with humourous greetings. We asked Starchild readers to design their own postcards and they had some very creative designs to share.
Let’s see what they have to say about the topic, My Postcards.
“My postcard design depicts my cosy home and the activities I have done during the Covid-19 pandemic. This will serve as a memorable reminder in future, ” writes Bethany Wang Qi Syuen, five.
Younger sibling Asher Wang Qi Chuen, three, wants to design many postcards for loved ones. “I’d draw postcards on construction vehicles to send to my grandparents.”
Nine-year-old Mabel Loo Jia Ting, says: “My favourite holiday country is Hong Kong. I love Hong Kong Disneyland postcards because there are beautiful. Plus there are many postcards that feature my favorite Disney cartoon characters like Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse.”
“I especially like batik-themed postcards that are proudly made in Malaysia, ” writes Erin Sonia Colin, 12.
Beautiful postcards by Starchild readers
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