Having a hard time finding Kwanzaa eCards that you want to send? Beliefnet invites you to submit original art that expresses your vision of spiritual and religious themes relating to this holiday.
Beliefnet would love to see the following:
Paintings (watercolor, oil, acrylic, etc.)
Drawings or works on paper (pen, colored pencil, charcoal, pastels, digital, etc.)
Collages (none containing copyright images)
Amateur or professional photographs, etc.
Send your pictures or pictures your children have created to firstname.lastname@example.org along with a short description (at least 3-5 sentences) that explains your artwork, and why it's meaningful to you.
Beliefnet plans to feature your art in our holiday coverage including photo galleries and other special features. The best images will become the heart of new eCards featured in this year’s BeliefnetGreetings.
Deadline: Thursday, October 26.
Email subject headline must say: Kwanzaa eCards
Maximum submission of 3 images per person
Photos of your work must be in .jpg or .gif format.
Submissions must have a clear spiritual or religious theme relating to African-American spirituality and Kwanzaa
You must include a short description (at least 3-5 sentences) along with the photo(s) explaining its spiritual significance and its meaning to you.
Please include your name, your city/state of residency, and a phone number which we can contact you in case we have questions.
Note: All images and writing must be original to you. If you are submitting a work that has been previously published elsewhere, please make sure there will be no conflict before submitting to us. Per our Terms of Service, Beliefnet trusts that you will only send material you own, and not other people's copyrighted material. By sending it to us, you grant Beliefnet and our editorial partners the right to use it in any form.