It can be tough to find interesting and unique postcards locally—maybe you’ve sent them all before by now, or maybe you just don’t live in a very photogenic area. Don’t worry! Every so often, we do a little roundup of boxes of postcards that you can get online, which is a very cost-effective way to get your hands on some lovely designs.
Here’s another 20 boxes of 50 or 100 postcards that we haven’t featured recently.
- National Parks Postcards: 100 Illustrations That Celebrate America’s Natural Wonders
- Earth and Space: 100 Postcards Featuring Photographs from The Archives of NASA
- The Snooty Bookshop: 50 Literary Postcards by Tom Gauld
- The Disney Villains Postcard Box: 100 Collectible Postcards
- Disney Princess Postcard Box: 100 Collectible Postcards
- 100 Iconic Postcards
- Post-Punk Postcards: 50 Designs Inspired by Influential Albums
- Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat Postcards (50 postcards)
- Button Box: 100 Postcards
- Roald Dahl 100 PHIZZ-WHIZZING POSTCARDS
- Disney Frozen Postcard Box (100 postcards)
- Harry Potter: The Postcard Collection (100 postcards)
- The Night Sky: 50 Postcards
- Bill Cunningham: Details from the Street: 100 Postcards
- This Is My Bookstore: 100 Postcards of Beautiful Shops around the World
- Brave. Black. First.: 100 Postcards Celebrating More Than 50 African American Women Who Changed the World
- Marimekko: 50 Postcards
- The Museum Collection: 50 Postcards in a Box
- LEGO Still Life with Bricks: 100 Collectible Postcards
- Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls: 50 Postcards
I had no idea that some of my childhood favourites were out there on postcards, so that’s my next stop… though that Button Box set is pretty tempting too (every card has a little bit of history about the significance of the pin it displays!).
As always, we’d love to hear any suggestions you have to share in the comments!
PS: This post contains affiliate links. This means that if you buy these postcards on Amazon, Postcrossing will receive a small commission for each sale (at no extra cost to you). Feel free to look for these postcard sets and boxes on your favourite bookstores though — supporting local businesses is always a good thing. 💪