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Printed Postcards

Front & reverse of printed postcards
Simple but effective, postcards provide a great marketing communication tool.

Wide Selection of Papers

Available with an Eyecatching Finish


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About Our Postcards

Get your own printed postcards, in a print specification of your choice.   Ideal for advertising promotions, promoting a new business or collecting customer feedback.  Postcards are a great value print marketing tool, they are perfect for mailing or handing out.

•   Single or double sided print
•   Full colour or mono (on 1 or both sides)
•   Choose from a selection papers including gloss, silk, uncoated, textured
•   Make your postcards stand out with the inclusion of fluorescent inks or metallic inks (Special inks are best suited to larger print runs)
•   Laminates can be added to provide additional protection or enhance the appearance
     - High shine Gloss Laminate
     - Soft, protective Matt Laminate
     - Luxurious, suede like Soft Touch Laminate
  Add a print finish for an outstanding end result
      - Spot UV Varnish
      - Foil Blocking
      - Digital Embossing

 

So What Happens When I Place an Order?

See the steps we take when you place an order.  With us you can place a print order with confidence, our order process has been developed to give our customers control and to provide assurance. We personally review each and every order to make sure our customers get the best print for their needs.

order process for print

 

Contact us to find out more about our postcards or to place an order.
01332 662026   |   advice@ashfieldprinting.co.uk

 

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