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Awards Edition

Welcome to ArtStamps' special 'Awards Edition' newsletter.  Our annual National Artistic Achievement Award winners have been chosen so we wanted to get the news out pronto!  This Award is designed to remind students, parents, teachers, and school administrators that creativity is important to every child's education.  To encourage that creativity, each and every student who participates in ArtStamps is entered to win!  Read on to see our five top winning stamps designs and click on the link below to see all the
rest of the winners too!

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National Artistic Achievement Award Winners Announced

ArtStamps is proud to announce the 50 winners of our annual National Artistic Achievement Awards. Every child who submitted original artwork through the ArtStamps program in 2009 was considered for this Award!

As a supporter of creativity, literacy and education, ArtStamps is excited and proud to introduce the 2009 First Place Award winners in each age category who are the recipients of a $500 cash award. 
Also, see the link below to view our Runner up and Honorable Mention winners!


6 years old and under
Nicholas Csubak

Saratoga, CA

7 to 9 years old
Cade Shirer
Orlando, FL

10 to 12 years old
Stephanie Stumbur
Lexington, KY

13 to 15 years old
Lauren Filburn
Orlando, FL

16 to 18 years old
Danielle Salerno
Orlando, FL

See the Runner Up and Honorable Mention winners on our Web site.
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Some Fun Things to Do on Winter Break

As February break approaches, parents and their kids are planning trips and activities to keep busy!  Here are a few ideas to consider even if you're cooped up inside due to colder temperatures:

Have a "Paint" Party with Your Friends
Grab fabric paint pens or markers in a rainbow of colors, t-shirts, boxers, pillowcases, sweatshirts, sneakers or your favorite clothing and give them your own personal artistic touch!

Hand Write Notes to Friends and Family
With texting and emails being the norm, handwritten letters are a treasure that aren't often received these days.  Drop a note to a few special people and you'll be sure to make their day!

Try a New Hobby
Use your week off to find something interesting and new to try. Here are some ideas to get you started: write a story, cook a new recipe, rollerskate, make a Web site, go swimming, lift weights or make a home movie.  What will you try?