Life is Good asked kids to design a T-shirt that answered the question "What makes life good?" and more than 7,500 little artists responded.
Regine, 10, depicted her love of reading and the outdoors.
Mateo, 9, drew that being adopted made his life good.
Izzy, 9, drew about animals because they "always, always make me feel good, no matter what."
Charlie, 9, drew his passion: baseball.
Zeeva, 6, drew about the fact you can always try in life.
Madyson, 11, drew that love made life good.
Katelyn, 11, decided to celebrate diversity.
Julia, 9, dedicated her design to her dogs, Jack and Bayley.
Ian, 7, drew his design because he loves nature and wants everyone to help preserve our lakes, rivers, and oceans.
Danae, 10, celebrated her family.
Caroline, 12, celebrated optimism and told us that, yes, sometimes pigs do fly.
And Cole, 9, wasn't wrong when he suggested surfing in a cowboy hat made life good.
Three kids were selected as the contest's winners:
Jayde, 5, who says life is good when she "gets to wear her hair down and run wild."
Molly, 9, who drew that art makes life good, and believes that "the earth without art is just 'eh.'"
And Lily, 11, who decided to celebrate all of the different people in the world.
The winners will each receive a $2,000 college scholarship. Their T-shirt designs are also available for purchase with 100% of the net profits going to support the Life is Good Kids Foundation, which helps our nation's most vulnerable children.
You can learn more about the winners and finalists here.