Thank you to the nearly 1,000 students for submitting entries, and to the nearly 7,000 Pierce County residents for voting on your favorites from the Library Card Design Contest finalists.
Congratulations to the artists who won the Library Card Design Contest! The winning designs will appear on new library cards for use by kids, teens and all ages!
| Grades K-6
Megan Cannon, 11, Puyallup
Fruitland Elementary School
Katie Howard, 17, Lakewood
Steilacoom High School
The Library will make two different cards, one from each age category: grades K – 6 and 7 – 12.
Library staff may modify winning artwork to meet print requirements.
Artist’s name will appear on the back of printed cards. Please do not include your name in your artwork.
Winners’ names may appear in newspapers, on the Library’s website and in other communications.
Winning designs from previous teen library card design contests.
Any student living or attending school in Pierce County is eligible to enter the free contest.
One entry per person.
Artwork must be in color, original and not published elsewhere.
Submitted artwork becomes property of Pierce County Library. The Library will retain all submissions.
Professional artists will review entries and select finalists. The public will select the winners via an online vote.
Submit your artwork in portrait or landscape orientation up to 6 7/8” x 11”. Please use proportional dimensions for the best quality. Artwork will be trimmed approximately 1/8” on each side for printing purposes, and reduced to actual card size of 2 1/8” x 3 3/8”.
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