Putting Your Designs on the Correct Paper Products

Our 46 paper products are broken into 7 groups:

  • Flat Cards (15)
  • Small Card Sets (8)
  • Folded Cards (11)
  • Magnetic Cards (3)
  • Basic Paper Sheets (4)
  • Postcards (4)
  • Foil (1)

When publishing onto one of these paper products, you need to make certain your design is relevant to the product type you’re placing it on. This means, the intended use of the design must match the correct use-case product or it won’t be surfaced correctly in search. For example, if you’re creating a ‘play date’ card with contact information for your child, the design must be placed on the ‘Calling Card’ within ‘Small Card Sets.’

If you don’t see your design’s use case featured on the list below, you will see that each of the seven groups have a generic ‘catch-all’ for miscellaneous content.

This content will be frequently updated. Last modified 7/27/18.

 

Flat Cards (15)

Product

 

Use Case Definition

 

Invitation

These are invitations to an event (e.g. wedding, bridal shower, birthday party, baby shower, graduation party, holiday party, retirement party, memorial service, etc.).

Rack Card

Smaller than brochures and flyers, rack cards are a promotional tool to convey info for businesses. Often found in displays in hotels, store, info centers, etc.

Flat Note Card

Stationery notecards are typically used for correspondence.

Enclosure Card

These are part of the invitation suite. Enclosure cards are smaller cards included with the main invitation to provide guests with additional details about the event, such as directions, accommodations, registries, etc.

Response Card

Response cards are included with wedding invitations for guests fill out and mail back (thus sent with an appropriately-sized envelope that has return address and stamp already included).  Also knowns as RSVPs, these cards can include meal preferences and song requests, in addition to confirmation of attendance.

Flat Advice Card

These are for social events (weddings, bridal showers, baby showers, and graduations) where guests write notes to the hosts. (e.g. weddings: often used in lieu of a guestbook.)

Flat Menu

These are used as menus for any occasion (e.g. wedding, banquet, dinner parties).  We also expect designers to use this for both personal & business (restaurant) uses.

Flat Program

These are programs for any occasion (e.g. wedding, banquet, graduation)

Programs typically include a time-defined ‘order of operations’ as well as names & titles of those to be mentioned or contributing to an event.

Table Card

These are used as Identification of tables at a large event. Typically a singular name, number, or other designation is listed. These can also include cards that serve as small seating charts.

Flat Holiday Card

These are typical correspondence updates to family, friends, and colleagues around the holidays. Applicable for a variety of holidays, from New Years/Christmas/Hanukkah and beyond (Easter, Thanksgiving, Valentine’s Day etc).

Flat Greeting Card

These are traditional greeting cards that can be used as birthday, farewell, welcome, sympathy cards, etc.

Flat Announcement Card

These are announcement cards (not invitations) for events such as birth, graduations, new homes, new business addresses, memorials, etc.

Flat Thank You Card

These are thank you cards (flat dimension) typically used for weddings, births, and birthdays. Other reasons to send thank yous – interviews, hospitality, etc.

Flat Save the Date Card

These are sent before invitations to announce the date and location of a particular celebration or event (usually a wedding or a holiday party). Think of it as a reminder for your guests to mark their calendars for your big day.

*Flat Card

This is a generic ‘catch-all’ for miscellaneous content. If you don’t see your use case featured on this list, you can publish your design here.

*Denotes the “Generic” use-case.

 

Small Card Sets (8)

Product

 

Use Case Definition

 

Business Card

These are small cards bearing business info about a company or individual often shared during formal intros or available on desk/counters. They include the giver’s name, company or business affiliation (often with a logo), and contact information, such as phone numbers, addresses, and emails.  

If you are creating a combo business card and another type of use-case, like an appointment, you should create these products under the other use-cases. For example, a business card and appointment card combo should go under appointment card.

Flat Loyalty Card

Loyalty cards are marketing tools that help boost repeat business by rewarding frequent customers. These cards typically offer a discount or complimentary service/good after a set number of purchases. To track this, designs usually include a format that allows purchases to be noted through stamps or punches.

Flat Appointment Card

These are appointment cards that are typical for many businesses that have repeat clients where scheduling in advance is key (e.g.dentists, hair salons, etc).

Referral Card

These are cards to encourage word-of-mouth marketing where current clients/customers/ employees can give them out and offer discounts.

Discount Card

These are cards that display a redeemable discount or coupon.

Calling Card

These are personal cards that specify name and contact information; typically family-based. (e.g. parent calling cards, play date cards, and allergy awareness cards).

Flat Place Card

These are the flat version of our existing zazzle_foldedplacecards. They are often displayed in a holder. They’re also called an escort card that typically specifies a guest’s name and table number.

*Profile Card

This is a generic ‘catch-all’ for miscellaneous content. If you don’t see your use case featured on this list, you can publish your design here.

*Denotes the “Generic” use-case.

 

 

Folded Cards (11)

Product

 

Use Case Definition

 

Card*

This is a generic ‘catch-all’ for miscellaneous content. If you don’t see your use case featured on this list, you can publish your design here.

Folded Greeting Card

These are traditional greeting card categories (e.g. good luck, happy birthday, farewell, welcome, etc.)

Folded Note Card

These are stationery note cards typically used for correspondence.

Folded Invitation

These are folded versions of traditional invitation that can be used for a wedding to birthday celebrations, graduation parties to baby showers and beyond.

Folded Holiday Card

These are typical correspondence updates to family, friends, and colleagues around the holidays.

These are applicable for a variety of holidays from New Year’s to Christmas to Hanukkah and beyond (e.g. Easter, Thanksgiving, Halloween, Valentine’s Day etc.).

Folded Program

These are programs for any occasion (e.g. wedding, banquet, graduation).

Programs typically include a time-defined ‘order of operations,’ as well as names & titles of those to be mentioned or contributing to the event.

Folded Thank You Card

These are thank you cards used for a variety of reasons, both traditional and non-traditional (e.g. weddings, birthdays, baby notices, hospitality, etc.).

Folded Announcement Card

These are announcements (not invitations) for events such as birthdays, graduations, new homes, new business addresses, memorials, etc.

*Folded Card

This is a generic ‘catch-all’ for miscellaneous content. If you don’t see your use case featured on this list, you can publish your design here.

Folded Loyalty Card

These are loyalty cards that typically come in a format where stamps or punches are granted per visit to the establishment.

Folded Appointment Card

These are appointment cards that are typical for many businesses where scheduling in advance is key (e.g. dentists, hair salons, etc.)

*Denotes the “Generic” use-case.

 

 Magnetic Cards (3)

Product

 

Use Case Definition

 

Magnetic Invitation

These are magnetic invitations and announcements (e.g. births, moving, save the dates, weddings, etc.).

Magnetic Profile Card

These are business cards with company/individual logos and contact information that are meant to be viewed more routinely (e.g. on your refrigerator) to improve marketing.

*Magnetic Card

This is a generic ‘catch-all’ for miscellaneous content. If you don’t see your use case featured on this list, you can publish your design here.

*Denotes the “Generic” use-case.

 

Basic Paper Sheets (4)

Product

 

Use Case Definition

 

Flyer

These are flyers intended as advertisements for wide distribution and typically posted or distributed in a public place, handed out to individuals or sent through the mail.

Letterhead

These have printed headings on stationery paper stating a person’s or organization’s name and address. They can be personal or professional/business.

Stationery

This paper is used for correspondence, typically personal (holiday/seasonal letters, etc.), but can be professional/business as well. These do NOT include contact information (which letterhead does).

*Flat Paper Sheet

This is a generic ‘catch-all’ for miscellaneous content. If you don’t see your use case featured on this list, you can publish your design here.

*Denotes the “Generic” use-case.

 

Postcards (3)

Product

 

Use Case Definition

 

Invitation Postcard

The specific intent behind these postcards includes an invitation to an event (e.g. weddings, birthdays, holiday parties, baby showers, etc.).

This includes save-the-date postcards.

Holiday Postcard

The front side of this typical holiday postcard (either personal/familial or business/corporate) can have a design (e.g. Christmas/Hanukkah/New Year’s will be the most popular, but this covers all holidays, including Easter, Thanksgiving, Halloween, Valentine’s Day etc.).

The backside is typically postcard format.

Announcement Postcard

The specific intent for this postcard is for an announcement such as a wedding, graduation, birth notice, new home, new business address, memorial, etc. The backside is typically postcard format.

*Postcard

This is a generic postcard for sending a message by mail without an envelope, typically having a photograph or other illustration on one side. It includes a template on the back for stamp placement and note vs. address sections. If you don’t see your use case featured within the above list, you can publish your design here. Any design that isn’t a postcard has been transferred to flat cards.

*Denotes the “Generic” use-case.

 

Foil Card (1)

Product

 

Use Case Definition

 

*Foil Card

This is a generic ‘catch-all’ for content printed with foil. Because of the unique foil printing process, this product is grouped under its own category.

 *Denotes the “Generic” use-case.