Create Mail & Postage

 

Unleash your creativity online

Design something special for your business, a big celebration, or just for fun.

USPS® has participating third party sites* to help you create unique direct mail, Certified Mail®, newsletters, and greeting cards, as well as customized stamps, and personalized envelopes and postcards.

* Private vendors may apply non-USPS charges.

Design Direct Mail, Greeting Cards, and Postcards

Design mail with your own digital photos or choose from ready-made designs.

Visit the following sites for more information on sending personalized, professionally printed cards and postcards… without ever writing an address or sticking a stamp on an envelope.


Cardstore Logo

Use Cardstore.com's templates to turn your photos into personalized cards for birthdays, holidays, or big announcements. Send just one, or order more to get a volume discount. There's no minimum order size or set-up fee.

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With AmazingMail, you can create high quality cards online within minutes. We print and mail them the next business day – no minimums required. Whether you need targeted mailing lists, mailpiece design ideas, or automated direct mail solutions, we have the tools and services to help you increase the effectiveness of your mail campaign. Try us online for free.

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Create personalized custom postcards, letters, flyers and more online in minutes. Have them printed and mailed the next business day. Click2Mail offers First-Class Mail®, Standard Mail®, Certified Mail®, and nonprofit prices with discounts on any volume and no permits required.

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Taradel is a leading provider of turnkey direct mail marketing solutions for businesses nationwide. Target and deliver high quality, full-color postcards or flyers using your list or a list we compile for you. You can also mail list-free and save with Every Door Direct Mail®.

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