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There’s something special about postcards with a textured feel, and maybe it's that extra sensory element and feeling of depth that elevates these 24 point stipple textured postcards into a different category.

 

Printed on mega thick 24 Point Classic Crest Solar White Stipple card stock, these uncoated postcards have a subtle pebbled textured surface. These toothy postcards evoke an understated elegance with a tactile feel.

 

Your postcards are printed in full color on a Hewlett Packard Indigo pressThe Indigo press is ideal for postcards that have solid ink coverage, require color consistency on multiple card orders and reorders. 

 

These stipple textured postcards are favored by wedding planners, premium brands and artisans alike to portray a message that speaks a language everyone understands.

 

Custom Size Postcards are available; order a size online that will fit your trim size and indicate that trim size in your order notes.

Can I Use Heavy Coverage On Stipple Cards?

Heavy ink coverage can be problematic. When the cards rub together, the ink can rub off. Heavy coverage makes this more apparent. This can also be an issue for corner rounding, so we generally advise clients with heavy coverage not to round corners.

Can I Use Small Fonts On Stipple Cards?

The minimum recommended text size is 6pt. With any small text, if grey use a black ink only version; if Black, use 100% K.

Can I Use Thin Lines On Stipple Cards?

Anything thinner than a hairline stroke (0.25") - even at 100% K may look choppy when printed due to Indigo print resolution.

Is Indigo Resolution Different From Offset?

There is a screen to the Indigo print which customers should be aware of if they're comparing to traditional offset printing.

What Is The Minimum Line Thickness For Stipple Cards?

Try to keep all line weights for graphics over 0.5pt. Anything under that can break up in the texture of the stipple.

What Colors Should I Use For Small Elements?

When working with small elements like lines or text, a simpler color build is best to avoid misregistration. For example, 0/0/0/90 is a much better build than 20/20/20/40.

What Application Is Stipple Card Stock Good For?

The finely stippled textured stock lends itself well to many applications like wedding invitations, business cards or graphics that are minimal (with lots of negative space).

Technical Specifications + Templates

Bleeds: all files must have a 1/8" bleed on each side
Live Area: keep all critical text and artwork 1/8" inside the trim
Colors: supply your files in CMYK color (Pantone/RGB colors will be converted or rejected)
Resolution: 300 dpi minimum (400 dpi preferred)
Fonts: fonts must converted to curves/outlines (we do not accept fonts).
Transparencies: flatten all transparencies
Types Of Files We Accept: MAC & PC files from Photoshop (PSD), Illustrator (EPS or AI), CorelDraw (CDR or EPS), Adobe Acrobat PDF, TIFF or JPEG.


Trim SizeFile SizeTemplate
Postcard4.25" x 5.5"4.5" x 5.75"UNAVAILABLE
Postcard6" x 4"6.25" x 4.25"DOWNLOAD
Postcard6" x 4.25"6.25" x 4.5"DOWNLOAD
Square Card5" x 5"5.25" x 5.25"DOWNLOAD
Square Card6" x 6"6.25" x 6.25"UNAVAILABLE
Postcard7" x 3.5"7.25" x 3.75"DOWNLOAD
Fat Postcard7" x 5"7.25" x 5.25"DOWNLOAD
Postcard8.5" x 3.5"8.75" x 3.75"DOWNLOAD
Postcard8.5" x 4"8.75" x 4.25"UNAVAILABLE
Product Card5.5" x 8.5"5.75" x 8.75"DOWNLOAD

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Print Specifications

Digital-offset printing using Indigo liquid ink technology
24pt Classic Crest Stipple Cover, 30% post consumer waste, (165lb)
Full Color Both Sides (4/4) or Full Color One Side (4/0), using HP ElectroInk

White Stipple Postcards 24pt

$193.39