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The perfect postcards for your post-grad life

Stay in touch with friends and family, no matter where life takes you.

Apr 18, 2017, 8:54 am

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Marisa Losciale

Preparing for graduation and the beginning of your “adult” life is incredibly stressful. Post-grad life is incredibly different and as exciting as it is, it can also be a tough transition if you end up miles away from loved ones.

And in the ever-growing digital age, it’s easy to resort to texting or social media to keep in touch. But there are better ways to maintain a connection with a friend or relative. More personal ways of communicating, like postcards, are fun, creative ways to let your loved one know you’re thinking of them. Plus who gets stuff other than junk and bills in the mail  these days? So it also serves as a cute, little, personalized surprise.

Below are some of the cutest postcards the internet has to offer.

1) Offer a meaningful compliment along with your message. 

Price on Amazon: $10.00

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2) Who doesn’t love a good Where’s Waldo puzzle?

Price on Amazon: $8.48

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3) Send some magic along with these fairytale postcards.

Price on Amazon: $7.99

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4) These vintage photo postcards are a bestseller for a reason: they’re worth hanging up.

Price on Amazon: $8.99

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5) Relieve stress with these coloring book style postcards.

Price on Amazon: $13.98 (regularly $$19.00)

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6) The perfect postcard for anyone with a sense of humor. 

Price on Amazon: $8.93

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7) These illustrative postcards add something simple and whimsical to your message. 

Price on Amazon: $15.99 (regularly: $19.99)

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8) For something a little more artsy, these Pantone postcards are just what you need. 

Price on Amazon: $13.53

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*First Published: Apr 18, 2017, 8:54 am