What is the standard size for postcards?
USPS Postcard Size To qualify as a postcard, a mail piece must be rectangular and meet these dimensions: At least 3-1/2” high X 5” long X 0.007” thick. No more than 4-1/4” high X 6” long X 0.016” thick. Have finished corners that do not exceed a radius of 0.125”
Can a postcard be any size?
According to the USPS, a postcard measures between 3.5” x 5” and 4.25” x 6”—anything larger is considered a “letter.” Therefore, if your size falls into this space, you can send at First-Class Mail rates, which carry a lower cost of postage than Marketing Mail.
How do I convert a picture to a postcard size?
Launch the tool by accessing Designhill’s website.
- Choose the image file that you want to resize.
- Once the file is uploaded, it will appear on the tool’s window.
- Enter the desired width in the “width” section.
- Enter the desired height in the “height” section.
- The image will be resized in almost no time.
Can I make my own postcard?
Making your own postcard can be as simple or complex as you choose to make it. You can start with plain, store-bought cardstock and print a lovely picture on the front and leave things at that. Nothing is worse than having your homemade postcard shredded in a postal machine.
What size postcard is most effective?
6-inches by 11-inches
A postcard that is 6-inches by 11-inches is the ideal choice to ensure that it stands out in a crowd of other mailing pieces. The introduction of a new product, service or business location may benefit from a larger, non-standard category size.
What size is a postcard CM?
14.8 x 10.5 cm
The standard postcard size in the US is 5.8 x 4.2 inches, which is the equivalent of A6 and is broadly based on the traditional 6 inch x 4 inch standard postcard format. The postcard size in centimetres 14.8 x 10.5 cm.