Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Family Vacation: the postcard


The US Post Office’s fortunes nose dived with the popularity of email and posting vacation photos on Facebook, but a pretty strong contingent still sends family vacation postcards.

I love getting those postcards, which usually reveal nothing about the vacation itself (having a great time! Wish you were here!) but provide travel porn on the reverse side.

You pick an iconic souvenir postcard: the Statue of Liberty when you visit New York, Big Ben for that family vacation in London, the Great Barrier Reef for Australia.

But how cool would it be to take your own family vacation photo and make your own postcard? You can do just that with custom postcard printing.

You can send these out after the family vacation, or use them for holiday cards.
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Family vacation not included.

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7 comments:

  1. We love to send postcards when we are traveling. We also send them to ourselves and collect them from the different places we have been!

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  2. Love that idea of sending the postcards to ourselves. We usually buy them and never get them mailed. :(

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  3. Very cool. I actually collect postcards. It's my one hobby of sorts :)

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  4. Fun idea, my kids would love this!

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