4 packs of our bestselling colouring postcards! Perfect for the craft box, little gifts for friends and family or even party bags and stocking fillers.
You'll receive one set of the original Post Pal postcards which feature line drawings depicting lots of things we know and love, ready for their imagination to take over with colour! The backs have writing prompts to help share the things they miss most, what they can't wait to do again and to think about all the new things they can try together when life gets back to normal.
The second set are Post Pal Portraits postcards which feature a frame on the front for painting or drawing your masterpiece (or maybe try a collage!) that will make your friends and family smile, then fill in the backs to share something that makes you happy to think about.
The third and fourth sets are our new Magical and Ocean themed postcard packs. The fronts have the same style line drawings for colouring in with space on the front of both to add a little message (maybe an I miss you, thank you...or even just a big HELLO!) The backs of these packs have been left blank with just a 'dear' and 'love' for you to use them however you wish.
These postcards are a great way to help little ones keep in touch with their friends and family and make a lovely gift for kids - nieces, nephews, grandchildren, penpals - anyone who might appreciate a little happy mail right now 😁
There are 8 postcards in each pack (so a whopping 32 in total!) and each pack comes with a little belly band to hold them together. Each pack is then wrapped in tissue paper to make opening a little more of a treat!
Customer ReviewsWrite a review
Absolutely loved the postcards, the beautiful packaging and the design. Great speedy delivery and some very happy recipients of the postcards!
Send these to my grandchildren during lockdown, they loved the gift and colouring in their own cards to send to friends. Thank you
I bought these to encourage my kids to send letters to family during lockdown. They love them and send as many as I let them. I like the gender neutral designs as stationary that my son likes is hard.