$30.00 CAD

Exceptional Postcards

Our 14pt Standard stock UV glossy front only postcards is a crisp white paper with a silk coated back. Our Postcards are an easy way to communicate with someone or keeping your customers in-loop. Easy to post, hand out or use them for the next promotional event! Postcards are great for creating Greeting cards, Complement postcards, Save the date cards, Wedding invitation cards among Birthday invitation postcards and promotional flyer.

Paper Weight Options:
– Standard: Standard 14-pt paper weight.
– Premium: A medium 16-pt paper weight.
– Premium Plus: A thicker, heavier 18-pt paper weight.
] Available Finish: Uncoated, Soft touch, Recycled 100% recycled paper with natural feel Contact Us For A Quote.

SKU: GT-14PTSTCARD-VTA Categories: ,

Product Description

– Printing: Digital
– Card Stock: A standard 14-pt paper weight (UV glossy front and silk coated back)
– Thickness/weight:  14pt (310 gsm)
– Turnaround: 5-7 Business days

Which paper stock is right for you?

Postcards 5 business card Gloss stock 002 Gotopress - Canada Printshop


Light-catching gloss and complements vivid designs.
Top for: Photography-based or vibrant designs
Bad for: Designs that use less ink; white designs
Feels like: Slick front, silky back

Postcards 6 Satin card stock 001 Gotopress - Canada Printshop


Gentle shimmer and a smooth, polished feel.
Top for: Lighter designs with pops of rich color
Bad for: Mostly dark, saturated designs
Feels like: A smooth polish

 Paper Stock
Trust 14pt Coated Cover stock to deliver a uniform, clean-white appearance fade resistant color for a longer shelf life, a sturdy feel that conveys quality and maximum press output. *optional finish Glossy Or Matt On Both Side
 Templates & Guidelignes
Use our templates to insure proper bleeds and resolution of your files. HERE
 100% Black
To obtain a rich and intense black, please use formula C60 M40 Y40 K100 For this stock.
 Writable paper stock
This coated cover surface is writable with a fine point marker and/or may be writable with certain pens.
 Read our tips & tricks and avoid most common design mistakes before going to press. HERE