Postcard paper weight

As a "cover" stock, this paper is stiff, about like a postcard or baseball card. This bright white smooth 1 grade cover stock is a substantial paper, and the minimum thickness for a postcard going in the mail.

Get free customized samples today. It has a glossy, smooth finish that prints well.

postcard paper type

It is important to match the cover stock and interior text stock so there's consistent color and image quality.

Cover stock, like this, is usually used for the cover of a catalog, or for catalogs with only a few pages.

type of paper used for printing flyers

Still, even a few minor scratches or a torn corner can be unsettling and lend a decidedly unprofessional look to your business — resulting in plenty of File 13s and zero sales. You're ready to make sales Thicker and larger postcards stand out, but anything larger than 6" x 11" will be require a much higher "Flats Rate" postage.

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How to Print Postcards That Survive the Mail