Constituting America – Constituting America's 2017 Fall "Celebrate America" Auction!
Auction Ends: Nov 20, 2017 10:00 PM EST

Stationery

New 2017 Holiday Cards by Constituting America's "We The Future" Contest Winners!

Item Number
278
Estimated Value
30 USD
Opening Bid
15 USD

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Item Description

Each set has 15 cards and 15 envelopes for you to "Celebrate America" this holiday season! Please read about the artists below!  We are so very proud of Emma Harrison from Texas, James Corley Sanders from Louisiana, Marin McKinney from Missouri and Grace and Rebecca Canles from Texas!

Celebrate the holidays with a patriotic flair with Constituting America’s newly released Christmas & Holiday Cards ~ designed by the winning student artists of our “We The Future” contest!

All proceeds go to Constituting America to fund our programs dedicated to teaching adults and students about the nonpartisan relevancy of the U.S. Constitution.

 

 

 

 

Meet the Artists!

Emma Harrison

Emma Harrison, age 14, attends Lake Dallas High School in Corinth, Texas. She enjoys painting, drawing, and three dimensional art. Emma has competed successfully in regional and national art contests.Emma enjoys Jiu Jitsu, travel, and cooking in addition to creating artwork.

CARD
“Light of Liberty”

INTERIOR GREETING
“Happy Holidays! May the torch of liberty shine brightly in your life, now and in the new year ahead.”

 
 
James Corley Sanders

James Corley Sanders is a 12 year old gifted student from Louisiana who excels in baseball, football, basketball, and competitive rifle shooting. He loves life, helping others, and spending time/fishing with his grandparents, James and Nancie Corley.

CARD
“Merry Christmas Stocking”

INTERIOR GREETING
“Merry Christmas to you and yours! May we cherish the gift of freedom now and always.”

 
 
Marin McKinney

Marin Mckinney, 11, lives in Foristell, Missouri. She is a 6th grader in a new classical school supported by Hillsdale College. She loves reading books, ballroom dancing, sewing, dogs and playing with her younger brothers.

CARD
“Holly, History, & Holidays”

INTERIOR GREETING
“Happy Holidays! May we never forget the foundation upon which our great nation is built.”

 
 

Grace and Rebecca Canales are sisters residing in Corpus Christie, Texas. Rebecca, a 7th grader at London Middle School, is currently focusing her efforts on the volleyball team. Her favorite subject is art. During her elementary school years, she earned various awards including the Luther Jones’ Principal/ Leadership Award. Both Grace and Rebecca each served as their school’s Student Council President. Likewise, during her last year as a 5th grader, Grace was chosen for the same award with her essay written about a former mayor for whom the school is named. A 6th grader, Grace’s favorite subject is choir. Although they were very often asked if they were twins, these two sisters are completely unique and talented in their own ways! They live with their parents and two brothers, Michael, age 5, and Matthew, age 3.

CARD
Inalienable Right and Holy Nights

INTERIOR GREETING
“Merry Christmas to you and yours! May we cherish the gift of freedom now and always.”

 
 

Grace and Rebecca Canales are sisters residing in Corpus Christie, Texas. Rebecca, a 7th grader at London Middle School, is currently focusing her efforts on the volleyball team. Her favorite subject is art. During her elementary school years, she earned various awards including the Luther Jones’ Principal/ Leadership Award. Both Grace and Rebecca each served as their school’s Student Council President. Likewise, during her last year as a 5th grader, Grace was chosen for the same award with her essay written about a former mayor for whom the school is named. A 6th grader, Grace’s favorite subject is choir. Although they were very often asked if they were twins, these two sisters are completely unique and talented in their own ways! They live with their parents and two brothers, Michael, age 5, and Matthew, age 3.

CARD
Santa’s Patriotic List

INTERIOR GREETING
“May we never forget the document upon which our rights depend.”