Kick off the new school year with lessons from our Back to School 2021 collection to help students express themselves, build relationships, and stay organized.
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The image on a postcard shows details about a place.

Think about what you’d like your audience to know about the place you chose.

For example, important details about your hometown might include a specific food, a tourist attraction, or a geographical feature.

In this video, you will add an image that represents the place you’ve chosen for your postcard.

To begin, upload a photo from your computer or Google Drive, if you have one.

If not, search for the image online.

And make sure you have the right to use the image.

Select only an image that you have permission to use. Then insert it.

Resize it to cover the background. If your picture looks blurry or less clear after you resize it, feel free to search again for one that has similar proportions or a horizontal orientation.

Your image may appear over the title. To see the title on the postcard, move the image to the background.

If you want to frame the image, add a border.

Choose how thick or thin you want it to be.

And choose a border type.

Move the title, as needed, so it doesn’t cover too much of the image.

Now it’s your turn: Add an image to your drawing and resize it, Add a border, Arrange the order of the objects, And move the title.


  1. Add an image to your drawing and resize it.
  2. Add a border.
  3. Arrange the order of the objects.
  4. Move the title.