Cardstore.com Introduces All-Purpose Personalized Photo Postcards

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Cardstore.com expands it product offering to include new photo postcards with chic designs for occasions like Mother's Day and Graduation. As low as $0.79 each, the economical postcard mail option makes them perfect for every occasion.

All-Purpose Photo Postcards from Cardstore.com

Photo cards retailer Cardstore.com today announced a new category of custom photo postcards for all occasions, including wedding, graduation, and Mother’s Day. With a sleek, glossy finish and economical stamp price, personalized postcards are a winning choice for all occasions and budgets. The postcards come in 6”x 4.25” or 5”x 7” sizes, and are as low as $0.79 each.

Cardstore.com CEO Martin Reed describes the appeal of photo postcards: “They’re all-purpose greeting cards. Customers use them for everything from promoting a small business to moving announcements to wedding save-the-dates.” The ability to upload a personal address book also saves customers time and energy, as Cardstore.com can print and mail postcards directly to recipients.

The photo postcards are featured in four new categories, including Custom Postcards, Family Postcards, Graduation Postcards, and Holiday Postcards. Customers can send travel postcards while on family vacation, announce a graduation ceremony, or simply send recent family portraits to friends and relatives, making photo postcards from Cardstore.com an inexpensive and creative way to stay in touch.

About Cardstore.com

Cardstore.com is a Berkeley, California-based photo cards, and photo postcards retailer that combines online customization with designs from over 70 independent artists. Since 1999, the company has printed over 50 million personalized cards, and uses 100% post-consumer recycled cardstock. Cardstore.com provides custom greeting cards and personalized stationery for all occasions including photo cards, thank you cards, birthday cards, holiday photo cards, graduation announcements, and wedding invitations.

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