Step 2: Vote for Sally’s stamp so she wins the stamp making competition.
Come on, you want Sally/Canberra to win right? You don’t want someone from Werribee winning do you?
Have you been to Werribee? I used to live there, it’s a dreadful place.
Trust me, Canberra is way better.
Minister for Education and Training Joy Burch today congratulated Sally Witchalls on being one of five finalists for the Australia Post stamp competition.
“I congratulate Sally as the only ACT finalist for this competition. It is a wonderful achievement to have reached the top five from across Australia,” Ms Burch said. “This is an opportunity for Sally, but also the ACT, to be represented nationally through this competition.”
Australia Post invited students from years 7 to 12 from around the country to showcase their creative skills by designing a 60 cent stamp. The commemorative stamp will be released in conjunction with the G20 Summit in 2014.
The winning design from the five finalists is selected by popular vote from the public.
This is the second design accolade for Sally Witchalls in the past 12 months. Earlier in the year Sally won the Canberra Milk ‘Art In Butt Out’ competition. The design for that artwork appeared on 60,000 milk cartons during September this year.