Welcome to The Advent Project
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Print Your Own Postcards
Print from Your Computer
- These postcards are 6 inches by 4 inches and can be printed on 6×4″ cards or larger paper and cut out.
- If printing double-sided, make sure to select it after you press the print button from the PDF. Also, make sure to select “flip on short edge” to print appropriately on each side.
Print from Office Depot
- Go to this link.
- Change the size to 4 x 6 and press Continue.
- Under Upload Your Own Design, click Get Started.
- Click My Device and select the postcard image (or the front-side image if doing double-sided) from your computer.
- Click and drag the teal circle in one of the corners to resize the image to fit on the template.
- Click the Back button at the bottom of the screen to add a back-side image if using the double-sided card layout. Click My Device and select the image. Resize this image.
- Click Print Options in the bottom left of the screen.
- Select the number of cards you would like.
- Unselect the Add Envelopes option.
- Select 12pt or 16pt matte. (Select the latter if you want them a bit thicker.)
- Click Review in the bottom right.
- Make sure everything looks OK and press Approve & Add to Cart.
Alexa Erdogan is a scientist fascinated with the intersections between biology and outer space. Her background in science communication and illustration has left her with a passion for breaking down complex ideas into simple, digestible parts that can be easily visualized. She’s also an avid postcard sender herself, although she hasn’t sent any from these locations…yet.
Emily Olsen is an arts administrator and volunteer science communicator. She loves snail mail (as well any intergalactic equivalents) and started sending more postcards to friends during the pandemic. Emily is enthusiastic about the history and future of space exploration and loves to share that excitement with others. She lives and works in New York City.
Skyla Lilly is a teacher and artist based in New York City. They work as a hand lettering artist and love designing cards and sending mail. They also see this project of combining science and art as a way to emulate a major role model of theirs—Ms. Frizzle.