I love sending Christmas postcards rather than regular cards because the postage is less expensive and it saves me the extra step of stuffing and sealing envelopes!
These come four to a page, and the design goes all the way to the edge, so if your printer can print to the edge, you’ll just need to cut along the middle lines. If your printer adds a margin around the outside, you should be able to easily cut that off using a portable paper cutter (I use mine all the time, and it’s been well worth the $15 investment!) without losing any of the design itself.
You’ll want to print these on 80 lb. paper (or higher) to be sure they’re thick enough for mailing.
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|Mandi Ehman is the founder and publisher behind Life Your Way and the co-author of All in Good Time, as well as a wife and the homeschooling mom to four beautiful girls. She lives with her family on a little slice of heaven in wild, wonderful West Virginia and loves coffee, chocolate, easy meals, beautiful things and minimalist spaces.|