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4" x 6" Postcards (2-up)

Our 4" x 6" Postcards come 2 per page and are printed on an 8 1/2" x 11" postcard stock. We offer these fine blank 4" x 6" postcards in many different weights, colors, and finishes. Since these postcards are printed on a standard 8 1/2" x 11" sheet, they fit in any printer and are simple to create and print! Just fold the postcard paper where the perforations are and tear off! Its that simple with our microperforated 4" x 6" Postcards!

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4" x 6" Postcards (2-up)

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4" x 6" Postcards (2-up)


65lb White New Style Full Bleed 4" x 6" Postcards
80lb White Full Bleed 4" x 6" Postcards
80lb Cream Full Bleed 4" x 6" Postcards
8 Mil Inkjet Gloss 4" x 6" Postcards
9 Mil Inkjet Gloss 4" x 6" Postcards
11 Mil Inkjet Photo Gloss 4" x 6" Postcards
Inkjet Photo Matte Full Bleed 4" x 6" Postcards
Laser Gloss 4" x 6" Postcards
Laser Semi-Gloss 4" x 6" Postcards
65lb White Old Style 4" x 6" Postcards
65lb Cream Old Style 4" x 6" Postcards
11 Mil Inkjet Gloss 4" x 6" Postcards
Yellow Old Style 4" x 6" Postcards
Bright Yellow 4" x 6" Postcards
Bright Blue Full Bleed 4" x 6" 2up Postcards

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Customer Questions


Q: Can you explain the difference between "full bleed" and "mil" options on the postcard stock?
Actually, "Full Bleed" and "Mil" refer to 2 different things. Full Bleed has to do with the layout of the postcard stock. By looking at the pictures of the postcard stock in this section on our website, you will notice that some of the images have a space separating the 2 postcards, while others do not have this space. The postcard stock with the space are "full bleed". It basically means that the layout allows for printing over the edge of the postcards so that when you break them apart, it looks as if you printed right to the edge.
As for the "Mil" term. This refers to the weight/thickness of the postcard stock. Essentially, Mils stand for thousands of an inch. So, our 11 Mil postcard stock is .011 inches thick. If you stacked 1000 sheets of this, it would measure 11 inches high. Mils can also be converted to cover stock weights to make it easier to compare. Our 11 Mil postcard stock is equivalent to about an 80lb cover cardstock. This is a fairly thick card- one of the thickest we offer.


Q: Does this postcard stock have the look and feel like the professional postcards you would find at a gift shop?
Our Postcard stock is very close, however it is not as thick as a gift shop postcard would feel. Unfortunately, most printers cannot handle the stock that real postcards are printed on. In fact, most printers cannot handle anything heavier than an 80lb cover stock- which is the heaviest we offer. Even though our stock is not as heavy as the postcard stock in stores, it is still a nice, sturdy weight.


Q: Are the cards printed on back for mail delivery?
No, these cards are completely blank on both sides for total customization.