Pantone Has Postcards, So You Can Send a Friend Their Favorite Color

published Sep 18, 2020
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Now, more than ever, it’s incredibly important to tell your loved ones that you care and are thinking about them. That one little “hey, I appreciate you” reminder can really turn someone’s day around—and Pantone wants to help you spread the love. 

Pantone has a collection of 50 uniquely-colored postcards, each featuring an iconic Pantone color chip and corresponding name. They’re simple and sleek, yet bold and vibrant and perfect for turning someone’s frown upside down.

“Add some color to your correspondence with these postcards featuring Pantone’s iconic color chip design,” the description of the postcards on the Chronicle Books website reads. “The 50 postcards in the set offer an exciting array of shades to share with friends and family near and far.”

Because these guys run a bit bigger than standard postcard size, you may have to pay for more postage. Check with your local post office to make sure your Pantone postcard will reach your friend without issue (and support the USPS in the process).

Or, if you’re wont to send cards in envelopes rather than single postcards, Pantone also offers their original package of 20 assorted notecards ($14.95) featuring the same chip and name design seen on the postcards, as well as their Pantone Brights notecards collection that includes “20 exceptionally vibrant hues,” as the website reads.

Match your pal’s personality to a Pantone color and bring some much-needed joy to their life. You may just inspire them to add a bit of color to their daily routine—paint a wall, try a new nail color shade, or change their desktop background to something more spunky. Hey, every little bit of happiness counts in 2020.