The Winners of our Card Design Competition!

I’m delighted to announce the ten winning entries to our design competition for autistic people!

We had some fantastically creative entries, and every autistic person who entered should be very proud of themselves for all the hard work they put in.
All ten winning images have been transformed into beautiful greetings cards and are now available to buy as both traditional cards and e-cards, as well as wonderful, animated 3D text cards that bring each creation to life in the most imaginative way, and can be sent almost instantly if you’re short on time.

Please show our talented artists some support by sharing their designs – it really would mean the world to them.

Click on any of the pictures below and you’ll be taken to the relevant section of the Making A Difference website. Press the ‘Charity’s Own Design’ button and you’ll find the image you’re looking for.

This magical image was created by 11 year old Izzy Birch
This relaxing picture was designed by 15 year old Benjamin Gubb
This colourful creation was made by 11 year old Leo Stone

Remember, every time you buy from Making a Difference Cards, you’re also helping Autism All Stars change lives for the better, which is a great way to create a bit of extra happiness whenever you reach out to your loved ones.

This spectacular shot of Smeaton’s Tower was taken by Ollie Venning
This ingenious image was drawn by 12 year old Elijah Wells
This clever twist on a traditional birthday greeting is the work of Jonathan Grainger

Each purchase encourages others to celebrate autistic people’s talents and skills, and to focus on the positives of autism instead of just the struggles it can bring, so you really can ‘make a difference’ with every card you send.

This elegant design was created using a stencil and spray paints by Charles Blake
This beautifully balanced design was created by Stephanie Voaden
This cosy scene was designed by 15 year old Benjamin Gubb
This stunning image of a London staircase was captured by Ollie Venning

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The Making A Difference app is also available via Google Play Store
You can find us in the Social Welfare section or search for us directly

To find out more about how Making a Difference Cards works, visit https://autism-all-stars.org/making-difference-cards/

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