Stay at Home DIY Postcard Backside

Research has shown that the best way to be happy is to make each day happy. Deepak Chopra

I will be emphasizing this message on my postcards this year:

Stay at home, Wash your hands, Be safe, Make Postcards!

I don’t think anyone actually needs to hear it (again), except maybe the two last messages. Be safe, make postcards… And those has always been important messages to me, anyway. But as I hope we will soon leave the fear of the Corona virus behind, it might be a way to remember what a very “special year” this is we are having now…

Free postcard backside corona version

I don’t want to send out messages about the epidemic on the front of my postcards, because I know many of us can’t think more about it than we already are… And also: I am no expert on the subject of staying healthy. But since I made backsides for my own postcards, I wanted to share them with you guys too, so here they are.

If you are joining the DIY Postcard Swap this year, feel free to use the same message for the backside of your postcards.

Here’s the printable PDF, for free of course:

DIY Postcard Swap
Download PDF here

The PDF prints two copies on one page. Just cut them apart and glue to the backside of your DIY Postcards.

You may not always have a comfortable life and you will not always be able to solve all of the world’s problems at once but don’t ever underestimate the importance you can have because history has shown us that courage can be contagious and hope can take on a life of its own. Michelle Obama

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7 Responses

    • Hi Diane,
      thanks for joining the swap again, so glad to have you! The last day to join is the 10th of May, as I’m sure you noted when you signed up – so no, they have not yet been sent out. Expect them the 11th or the 12th of May, and let me know later next week if you can’t find your list in your e-mail (after checking the spam folder of course).

      Take care!

  1. I was just pondering how I wanted the back of the postcards to look when I decided to look around here and see if you had any ideas — and you did!! Thank you so much. I am thrilled to bits to be participating in my 2nd postcard swap.

  2. Hi Hanna,
    Love the new postcard swap backs.
    Thanks for all your wonderful creativity!!

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