Pictures of Cute Baby Animals : 29 Postcard-Worthy Cuties!

When someone’s down-in-the-dumps, sometimes sending a friendly little note will do wonders to improve their mood. But why not go whole hog and mail a postcard with pictures of cute baby animals and a few kind words? Many people respond positively to cuteness, and that might just be the thing that your postcard needs. Besides, don’t these adowable widdle aminals make you want to go “squee”?

So why not spread the joy of seeing pictures of cute baby animals to friends and family? In fact, we’re starting with you! Take a look at our spread. We hope to make you smile and inspire you to send postcards of baby animals to people who need a pick-me-up!

Terje Håheim
 

ashleyyphotograph101
 

rattlingbones’ tumblr
 

What do cat actors say on stage ? -Tabby or not tabby! (Well, it’s funnier if you’re a cat. Trust us.)

Giane Portal
 

kidskidskids’ tumblr
 

Sophie Louise Pilling
 

Marcin753
 

Sandrine Vuillermoz
 


kidskidskids’ tumblr
 

Ruth Hallam
 

This little (big) guy gives the best “Hi there!” face ever.

Rick Cook
 

buydogbeds
 

:Thbbbppt:

Cute Overload
 

John Dykstra
 

thecrazysheeplady
 

Oopsies!

Rita Petita
 

There’s no shortage of baby animal raspberries here! This is the third one.

Cute Overload
 

kidskidskids
 

nosurprisethere
 

susyr22
 


Cute Overload
Photography by Pixie
 

Doesn’t that smile just brighten your day?

Cute Overload
 

Pixdaus.com
 

MiniFig81
 

KurrKurr
 

Appropritate-Username
 

shteebisgrandmother
 

aaronr93
 

EEE!

Don’t their sweet little faces just melt your heart?
So why don’t you snap away at your favorite animal pal and create your very own postcard?

If you’ve been inspired to create your own postcards with pictures of cute baby critters, you should know there’s more to it than just taking whatever picture you like and slapping it onto your postcard design.

Consider the following:

  • Does the image have sufficient quality for a postcard in the size you want? The specific figures are often a matter of debate among print experts, but a PPI and DPI of 300 should be more than enough to produce great results on a postcard. This article on How To Get Your Image File Print-Ready should answer many of your questions on how to make sure your images are ok to print.
  • Do you have the licenses or expressed permission from the owners of the images you want to use? These licenses might be tricky. For example, some licenses indicate that an image might be fine to use for personal or educational purposes, but may not be used for monetary gain, so be sure to read them carefully
  • Would the recipients appreciate the pictures of cute baby animals? The answer is usually yes though.
  • Will sending postcards with these images be appropriate for your brand? Some businesses may be better served by a more formal approach, so use them carefully, but see if you can find a way to tie them in nicely with your brand.

Call a UPrinting representative and we’ll help you with the printing and even the mailing. Visit our site to learn about our postcard printing options.

Disclaimer: Images on this page are not owned by UPrinting and are used solely for design inspiration. Please click on the images to see their original sources.

 

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