“Paper Dolls, Steel Resolve” Campaign and Congressional Photo Submission
Moms Demand Action will help you email your images to Congress: USE THE UPLOAD FORM BELOW to send us your images and information and we will forward it to your elected officials as apart of “Moms Take the Hill”™ day.
Please mail your paper dolls after March 13 to Moms Demand Action, PO Box 347, Zionsville, Indiana, 46077, for a future traveling exhibition.
ABOUT MOMS TAKE THE HILL™ DAY — More than 200 moms from more than 30 states across America will travel to Washington DC on Wednesday, March 13, 2013 to participate in “Moms Take the Hill”™, a grassroots action for common-sense gun laws.
4. Fold folded paper in half again from left to right being careful to leave the folded paper in this position for Step 5. Do not flip over the folded paper.
6. Draw paper doll profile on top of the folded paper. Make sure the arms and legs are drawn all the way to the edge. Doing this ensures your paper dolls will be attached to create one long strand.
11. Tape your two smaller paper doll strands together to create one long strand of eight children. Hang them in your window, on a bulletin board or on a prominent surface in your home.