How to Adhere Your Business Card Onto Our Postcards


Business cards are an important tool for promoting your brand and making connections. They are a simple and effective way to give someone a snapshot of who you are and what you do. But what if you could take your business cards to the next level and make them even more effective? That's where our postcards come in!

When the recipient receives your postcard, they can easily take your business card off to keep! Rather than if it was printed directly onto the postcard, they likely won't have your information should they toss it.

Here at Allure Studio Seven, we understand the importance of a strong and secure bond between your business card and postcard. That's why we include glue dots in all of our postcard orders!

These dots provide a strong hold while avoiding any potential damage to the postcard. Unlike other companies who offer die cuts, glue dots make it easy to adhere and remove your business card without the risk of tearing or ripping.

To adhere your business card onto a postcard, simply remove the backing from the glue dots and place them directly onto the postcard. Then, press the business card onto the postcard, making sure that it is positioned correctly. The glue dots will securely hold your business card in place, ensuring that it stays put even when the postcard is handled or mailed. We also have a short video showing you how it's done here.

In addition to providing a secure bond, glue dots also make it easy to change out your business card. If you need to update your information or switch to a different card, simply peel off the old one and replace it with the new one. This allows you to use the same postcard for multiple events or promotions, making it a versatile and cost-effective marketing tool.

In conclusion, by using glue dots, you'll be able to create a strong and secure bond while avoiding any potential damage to the postcard and it's a great way to increase the chances of people having your information handy should they need your services! 

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