Originally Posted by KristaTracy
I have also thought about making true post cards -- stamp the front, and then write a message, address, and stamp the back. The only thing holding me back is the thought of the front getting dirty. Does anyone send hand-made post cards?
I wondered about that when I saw this product in the store awhile back:
Custom Postcards | Postcard Paper & Printable Postcards | Avery
It's made for printers and actually pretty lightweight. I think cardstock would work much better.
Your question prompted me to check out postal regulations for postcards and there is some very detailed information here:
Postal Regulations - Print & Mail Services | Postcard Printing | Direct Mail Marketing & High Quality Printing
It might be fun to try true postcards sometime!