Most of us have sent in our paper airplanes (if you haven’t yet, you can still send in planes if you wish!), but we’re still in limbo. Ever since the cancellation, fans have been talking about using Pluto and what it means to Girl Meets World fans to appeal to potential platforms. So tonight, after you get your fire back from watching Girl Meets Creativity, we encourage you to get creative and design some #Postcards4Pluto to mail off to Disney Channel, Hulu, and Amazon. (At 34 cents, the postcard rate is cheaper than the first class mail rate most of us used to launch our airplanes!)
USPS Requirements for Post Cards:
- At least 3-1/2 inches high x 5 inches long x 0.007 inch thick
- No more than 4-1/4 inches high x 6 inches long x 0.016 inches thick
Here are step-by-step instructions for how to make your own postcard.
Although this will cost a bit more than mailing a physical postcard directly, if you can afford it you may find it more convenient to use these apps to design and mail a postcard from your mobile device:
Here’s where to send them:
Santa Monica, CA 90404
1620 26th St
Santa Monica, CA 90404
Attn: Gary Marsh, President
3800 W. Alameda Ave
Burbank, CA 91505
If you’re not sure what to say, you can use this post about Hulu and this post about Amazon to help you make your case. For Disney Channel, as usual: express your disappointment with the cancellation and ask them to please work with any platform that may be interested in continuing Girl Meets World.
As with #Planes4GMW, please help promote the campaign by sharing photos (or screenshots) of your postcards before you mail them, using the hashtag #Postcards4Pluto.
In a few days, we’ll be posting some pre-made printables for the less creatively inclined to either print out and mail or upload into a postcard app. If you have the skills, please help us design some printable Pluto postcards (check the USPS requirements above) and submit them for others to use.
While we are pushing postcards because it’s been in the works since the beginning and it’s also a cheap and easy project for younger and international fans, BMWSequel is running a concurrent “Hope Isn’t for Suckers” campaign. For those of you who can afford it, we encourage you to participate in that one as well. If you want to double up, design a postcard with a lollipop on it or maybe even combine Pluto and lollipops somehow. Let’s get creative and #SaveGirlMeetsWorld!