After receiving Nigel’s (G3TXF) QSL card, I knew it was time to print some of my own. I had been iterating on a design since I became a ham. After many hours of research and seeing a huge variety of card designs. The cards that I enjoyed the most were vintage cards from the early days of ham radio; which inspired me to incorporate an art-deco feel into mine. Many rounds of revisions later, I settled on a final design and sent them off to print. I used a local print shop right here in Vista called Ries Printing, owned and operated by Ken Ries. The cards came out wonderful and I’m looking forward to mailing them out to all the contacts I’ve made!
My QSL Card
- Post author:Jon Rick
- Post published:December 29, 2014
- Post category:Ham Radio
- Post comments:2 Comments
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I absolutely love your QSL Card.
That is a breathtaking design. I was hoping I could find something similar and save it as a PDF that I could print out on heavy card stock myself.
Do you have a source for which I could look around?