Mama Says is a group of activist mothers in Central Vermont committed to normalizing the motherhood experience. We publish a quarterly Zine, are activists for early childhood education and advocate for a clean and healthy environment. We are also advocates for freedom in birthing choices, breastfeeding in the workplace, mother-owned businesses and the creation of a more positive childcare experience for families.
Mama Says has a website that gives more information:
Announcing the Mama Says Logo Contest!
As we enter our 6th year as an organized community of activist mamas, we are seeking a new and inspiring logo for our t-shirts!
We are looking for the art to be
> ~ inspiring~
Please submit your art work by . Send your email to
OR send your hard copy to
PO Box 381
Montpelier, VT 05601
To enter the contest, please read and comply with the art file description or submit your art work in hard copy (see below).
The logo will compliment our banner name Mama Says. Either incorporate our name into the art or accompany it, either way our name has to be included on the shirt.
Winner gains recognition and a free shirt!
> Accepted File
> Most simply put, artwork to be reproduced comes in one of three
> formats: vector, raster, and hard copy.
> Hard copy: Hard copy should be on a white background, 11 x 17 or
> smaller. All lines should be crisp and clear, pencil should be avoided
> and, unless the artwork is being reproduced digitally, shading should be as well.
> , most commonly in , Macromedia Freehand,
> CorelDraw (MAC/WindowsPC) - PC files - All fonts must be converted to
> outlines. MAC files - All fonts must be converted to outlines or the
> font files must be included. Images of photos or drawings placed into an AI file may not be useable, unless the design is being reproduce
> digitally. Please save CorelDraw files as Adobe Illustrator. Colors
> other than black should be , not CMYK. TIFFs should be sent
> as such, not embedded in Illustrator files.
> -Adobe Photoshop(MAC/WinPC) - Image size should be 4"x4" for small
> designs and up to 13"x13" for large designs. Resolution should be 300
> dpi. Image type should be BMP(Bitmap) for black and white images.
Ame Solomon, CPM