I Wanna See Your QSL Card!

Discussion in 'Ham Radio Discussions' started by KF4SCI, May 1, 2017.

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  1. G0HFN

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    66EF3DD5-61DF-43CD-A0FC-74790A84ED55.jpeg I took the original photograph over 40years ago during test flight pre departure checks. It seemed like an appropriate Amateur Radio image.
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  2. KA4FOX

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    My former race car. 1966 Shelby GT-350.

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  3. W7TCT

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    May I suggest that you shrink the blue stamp image to not overlap the words above and to show more picture?

    A great pic for a QSL card, for sure.
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  4. G0HFN

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    Yes, you are right. I have done exactly that.
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  5. W7TCT

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    I just saw the new version on your QRZ page. Spot on!

  6. JG3IBG

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    I send no two identical QSLs. Every QSL is printed with a photo I take in and around my QTH.

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  7. W5AKK

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    This is what I'm sending out.
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  8. VA3DSZ

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    Tried my luck at using GIMP. Critique at will before I decide to have them printed.


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  9. KP4SX

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    Why QRZ for the station you are addressing? That makes no sense. Just use To Station:
    Why no mailing address on the card? Or even your name?
    What do you plan to put in that QTH: line?
  10. VA3DSZ

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    Seemed redundant to print mailing address on the card, seeing as the consensus seems to be sending "green stamps" with the card for a return. Which means stuffing the card and cash in an envelope anyway. And if I'm simply returning a card, I've formatted to match post card standards in the back, which means right half needs to be blank other then stamp, 15mm from the top and bottom need to be clear as well. So used the closest matching Q-Codes to give myself more writting space.

    As for QTH, I'm not planning to have a working shack at home. So filling in the grid square of the Grid/POTA/SOTA I'd be operating from. Saves from having to print off new cards for every camping trip.

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