Watercolour Postcards Tin 230gsm – Hahnemühle


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Watercolour paper postcards with attractive rounded edges, packed safely in a tin.

  • 30 postcards
  • Weight of watercolour paper is 230gsm
  • Acid free
  • Natural white
  • Comes in Rough & Cold Pressed

Create your own design with these watercolour postcards from Hahnemuhle.


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Rough & Cold Press

If you want to create tactile and visually unique pieces in miniature, then watercolour postcards are the perfect choice. Hahnemühle is now offering its popular watercolour postcards with a cold pressed surface in addition to the rough surface currently available. The round-edged postcards, with the address field printed on the back, are perfect for on-the-go creative souls, from watercolour and plein air painters to urban sketch artists. The 30 cards have a weight of 230 gsm and can be safely transported in the stylish metal box, to be painted and then posted wherever you are. Holiday greetings, a travel portfolio, a picture story… There are no limits to the possibilities of these new cold pressed postcards. The softly textured paper allows for easy use of brushes and every kind of pencil or pen. The card’s natural tone allows the colours to glow, and the paper is equally suitable for both wet and dry painting techniques.

Acid free, natural white with rough surface. 30 postcards per tin, printed with an address box on the reverse. Ideal for taking on holiday and drawing or painting your own postcards, which remain safe for transport in the attractive, embossed tin.

Send greetings using self-designed watercolour postcards. Creative watercolour painters will find 30 unbleached postcards, acid free and of the highest archival quality, in this attractive metal box, featuring the new additions image. With the address panel printed on the reverse, these cards have a rough , textured surface and rounded corners which are ideal for personalized greetings or invitations.



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