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Personal Postcard Printing Service, Palm City, FL

Words of Wisdom Inc. provides Palm City, FL with all phases of commercial and business printing.We offer Postcards in many different sizes to accomodate your business needs.  Special order Postcards are offered with complete die cut imaging to make your business shine above the rest.
Your postcard can be designed for mailing or handing out to the public at different trade shows.  Postcards are full color, print both sides for the same cost as one sided cards.
It is your best marketing tool besides your matching business cards.

Personal Postcard Printing Service, Palm City, Florida:

A full color Postcard can be used as your best marketing tool besides your matching business cards.  Be consistent in your design so that your logo, colors and format be recognized… WE definately can take care of all of those needs.
usiness card.  Your postcard may contain much more information regarding your company and what your company offers without looking over crowded with text. We can put samples of your work, using  photographs which can be made to look almost 3D to aquire the attention of your potential customer.  We can focus on certain details or specials that you may be offering.  Use the Postcard as a piece for mailing or for handing out a trade shows.

My design costs are less than half of any competitor out there.  I will gladly work with any budget that you may have.  My goal is to provide you with an attractive marketing piece at a price you can afford…. Because once a happy customer… you will be a returning customer!!!

POSTCARDS can come in any size you wish starting at 4×6 double sided card.

5×7, 6×8, 8×8 or any custom die cut you desire.

A postcard or post card is a rectangular piece of thick paper or thin cardboard intended for writing and mailing without an envelope. In some places, it is possible to send them for a lower fee than for a letter. Stamp collectors distinguish between postcards (which require a stamp) and postal cards (which have the postage pre-printed on them). While a postcard is usually printed by a private company, individual or organization, a postal card is issued by the relevant postal authority. The United States Postal Service defines a postcard as: rectangular, at least 31⁄2 inches (88.9 mm) high × 5 inches (127 mm) long × 0.007 inches (0.178 mm) thick and no more than 41⁄4 inches (108 mm) high × 6 inches (152.4 mm) long × 0.016 inches (0.406 mm) thick.  However, some postcards have deviated from this (for example, shaped postcards).

Early history of postcards

The claimed first printed picture postcard
Cards with messages had been sporadically created and posted by individuals since the creation of postal services. The earliest known picture postcard was a hand-painted design on card, posted in London to the writer Theodore Hook in 1840 bearing a penny black stamp. He probably created and posted the card to himself as a practical joke on the postal service, since the image is a caricature of workers in the post office.
The first commercially produced card was created in 1861 by John P. Charlton of Philadelphia, who patented a postal card, selling the rights to H. L. Lipman, whose postcards, complete with a decorated border, were labeled “Lipman’s postal card.” These cards had no images. In Britain postcards without images were issued by Post Office, and were printed with a stamp as part of the design, which was included in the price of purchase.
The first known printed picture postcard, with an image on one side, was created in France in 1870 at Camp Conlie by Léon Besnardeau (1829–1914). Conlie was a training camp for soldiers in the Franco-Prussian war. They had a lithographed design printed on them containing emblematic images of piles of armaments on either side of a scroll topped by the arms of the Duchy of Brittany and the inscription “War of 1870. Conlie camp. Souvenir of the National Defence. Brittany Army”. While these are certainly the first known picture postcards, there was no space for stamps and no evidence that they were ever posted without envelopes.
In the following year the first known picture postcard in which the image functioned as a souvenir was sent from Vienna.  The first advertising card appeared in 1872 in Great Britain and the first German card appeared in 1874. Cards showing images increased in number during the 1880s. Images of the newly built Eiffel Tower in 1889 and 1890 gave impetus to the postcard, leading to the so-called “golden age” of the picture postcard in years following the mid-1890s.