Print Christmas cards at home with Fotospeed’s Fotocards

Fotospeed Fotocards
(Image credit: Fotospeed)

There’s no denying that printing your photographs is a hugely rewarding experience, but Fotospeed’s Fotocards allow you to add a practical element to your prints by turning them into greeting cards for your friends and family to enjoy. Envelopes are included and each Fotocard comes scored for easy folding.

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The paper can be used with both dye and pigment inks, and is compatible with all inkjet printers. Fotospeed is known for producing a wide range of quality photo and fine art papers for the best photo printers, and its Fotocards are no different, coming in a variety of paper types including Platinum Gloss 290, Matt Ultra 240 and Smooth Cotton 300.

Fotocards are available in packs of 20, 25 and 50, and in A5, A6, 5x5 inch and i3 sizes, which will suit all genres of photography – even panoramas. Fotospeed provides a Photoshop template for each dimension, which you can download and as with all Fotospeed papers, you can access generic or custom ICC profiles for free.

Homemade greeting cards always go down well and they’re a great excuse to print your work. Fotospeed’s Fotocards are available from £15 to £38.99 and can be purchased here.

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Mike Harris
Technique Editor

Mike is Deputy Editor for N-Photo: The Nikon Magazine, and brings with him over 10 years experience writing both freelance and for some of the biggest specialist publications. Prior to joining N-Photo Mike was the production editor for the content marketing team of Wex Photo Video, the UK’s largest online specialist photographic retailer, where he sharpened his skills in both the stills and videography spheres.  

While he’s an avid motorsport photographer, his skills extend to every genre of photography – making him one of Digital Camera World’s top tutors for techniques on cameras, lenses, tripods, filters and other imaging equipment, as well as sharing his expertise on shooting everything from portraits and landscapes to abstracts and architecture to wildlife and, yes, fast things going around race tracks.