Collage postcards to download and print at home. What’s not to like, right? I thought so too. So that’s why I am working on an extra section in my goodies category: downloadable collage postcards. They will come in different sets and colour schemes for you to choose from.
And if you don’t trust your hands with cutting them, don’t fret! I will also offer them printed and cut (by me :-). Let’s dive in!
NEW COLLAGE POSTCARDS DOWNLOADS: ABSTRACT BOTANICALS
You can now download four different abstract botanical-postcard series featuring my brand new collages straight from the studio floor. To give you an idea of what a series of downloadable postcards will looks like:
All subscribers to my newsletter will receive one of these series this week for free in their mailbox. If you don’t want to miss out, subscribe now:
ORDERING PRINTED POSTCARDS
Like I said, you can also order them printed and cut. Easy and quick and perfect for those who don’t have a colour printer at home. They come in a Kraft string & washer envelope and dispatch within 2 working days from ordering.
SPECS OF THESE NEW COLLAGE POSTCARDS
The postcards are size A6. When you choose the download option you can choose your own type of paper to print them on. But when you choose the printed ones I will print them on 160gr/m paper.
For more pictures check out my other postcards and gift sets. Or take a look at my Etsy shop (please note that I will close my Etsy shop around October 2021 and will continue to sell my art goodies through my own website).
After buying the download, you will have a PDF document consisting of 4 pages. When you print the PDF, please make sure your printer settings are as follows:
- 100% scaling, so no “scale-to-fit”, or any other shrinking or enlargement;
- double-sided printing (it does not really matter whether you use “long-edge binding” or “short-edge binding”).
And, for best results, use heavier paper than normal, say, 150 gr/m2, to get a genuine postcard feel. Cut along the thin lines to get 8 postcards.
Would love to hear your thoughts on this new idea. Is it something you would be happy to try out? Or would you rather buy printed postcards? Thanks for sharing in the comments!