We have your postcard printing needs covered with a great range of stocks and sizes. Choose from 350gsm Kraft, 325gsm Uncoated and 400gsm silk with or without lamination, available in quantities of 25 right up to 2000 and sizes from A6 to DL and even 148 x 148mm square.
from £ 14
Once you have placed your order you can upload your print ready artwork. Please allow 3mm bleed on all sides, and supply as a CMYK PDF with all fonts outlined or embedded and with a resolution of 300dpi. Download our templates below to assist with setting up your artwork.
Say it with a Postcard
Printed postcards are a great way to get in touch with customers. They are the perfect direct mail option if you have a tight budget. Just design, print and pop them straight in the post; no need for an envelope. In addition to the classic A6 postcard, you can also choose A5, 148x148mm or DL. Create stand-out promotional materials that will really catch your client’s eye.
Postcard printing is made easy with a wealth of substrates and sizes to choose from:
400gsm Silk: The classic choice for postcard printing. Our silk paper will make your designs stand out. If they contain bright images, then you can add a gloss lamination to the front to give vibrancy and protection to your postcard.
Kraft: Printed on high-quality 350gsm Kraft paper. This paper contains 10% cocoa shell powder (a waste product from the chocolate industry) which gives a very distinctive natural colour and adds to its rustic appearance. It is also completely recyclable and bio-degradable.
Uncoated: Make your postcard natural and simple by choosing to print it on 325gsm Mohawk Eggshell. Ideal for writing on and great for a clean, gentle design with muted colours.
Technical Specifications for Postcard Printing
- Include 3mm bleed on all sides
- Supply as a CMYK PDF
- Outline or embed fonts 300dpi resolution
- If you are ordering gloss lamination, please ensure page 1 of your PDF is the side to be laminated.
- Available in quantities from 25-2000
- Sizes include: A5, A6, DL, 148x148mm
For more guidance on how to successfully set up and submit your artwork, see our technical guide.