The first step for addressing a postcard is to identify the correct side for writing the address - the front always has a picture or plain space, whereas the back side is the correct side to write the address. Include th... More »

The USPS has several requirements for postcard setup. While the front of a postcard can contain any image or design, the back needs to have space for postage, postal markings and a properly written address. These guideli... More »

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There are several regulations to follow when mailing a postcard. Depending on where the postcard is mailed and where it's sent, there may also be different requirements for addresses and postage. More »

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Prepare an empty, unsealed envelope with your name and address clearly printed on the front as the addressee, add appropriate postage, then stick it inside the packet or letter that is being sent to the recipient. A self... More »

The sender's address is the return address and it should be placed on the front of the envelope in the upper left-hand corner. The delivery address as well as the postage should also be placed on the front of the envelop... More »

It costs $1.15 to send a postcard from the United States to England through the U.S. Postal Service as of 2015. The minimum dimensions for a postcard are 5 1/2 inches by 3 1/2 inches. More »

There are several regulations to follow when mailing a postcard. Depending on where the postcard is mailed and where it's sent, there may also be different requirements for addresses and postage. More »

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