I’ve been hinting for a while that I had a little something else up my sleeve for the TDS shop. TA-DAAAA! Postcard booklets! These have actually been done since before the last pouch update but I wanted to take a few more photos to show off how cool they really are and how they’re good for more than just mailing.
Postcards are something I’ve been meaning to get made for a while. I wanted to sell sets but also had a very specific way of keeping them together in mind. I found a few websites where you could get little postcard books made but none of them sold wholesale. After much research, and a few brilliant ideas of what I could search to learn what I need to do to make them myself – I figured out how to make my own postcard booklets.
- Set of five postcards.
- They measure 5″ x 7” which is slightly larger than standard postcard size. They’re big + bold!
- Each one features a different photo by yours truly. One set features my found on the beach arrangements, and the other set is photos from inside and around abandoned buildings.
- Send them to your friends, or hoard them away for yourself. They make awesome mini prints! I made sure to include some photos of them around my house in this post.
- Made from sturdy 16pt paper that has been sustainably sourced. These aren’t those flimsy postcards you’re used to!
- The five postcards are attached at the top with a fancy pants glue that allows each card to be ripped off individually while the rest of the set stays together. (Similar to a notepad!) There is a top cover card, and blank chipboard attached on the top and bottom to keep everything sandwiched together and safe.