TDS postcard sets!

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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.

As always, if you purchase one of my pouches, postcard sets, or anything from my society6 shop, I’d love to see photos! Tag me on instagram, @thedaintysquid.

Check out the postcards + more photos here.

Author: Kaylah Stroup

A collector of weird things. Plant Enthusiast. Wanderer. Beachcomber. Forever longing for the desert.

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