PHIP2C - A6 Bayeux Tapestry Postcards
Simply add your choice of wording to the postcard, style it using the various options available to you and let us do the rest. We will print your postcards on thick card and the reverse will be a standard postcard one, with room for a message and recipient's address.
5 facts about the Bayeux Tapestry you may not know. These are sourced from primaryfacts.com/881/the-bayeux-tapestry-facts-and-information which contains more facts about this.
- The Bayeux Tapestry isn’t really a tapestry – it’s an embroidered linen cloth.
- It is about 70 metres (230 ft) long.
- It tells the story of the William the Conqueror‘s invasion of England and the Battle of Hastings.
- Wool yarn, coloured by vegetable dyes, was used for the embroidery and the work is divided into fifty panels.
- During the French Revolution, the tapestry was confiscated with the intention of using it as a covering for military wagons. Luckily, it was hidden by a local lawyer and kept safe until the troubles were over.
Printing Guidelines - 2mm around the edge of the product will not be printed as this is the trim area.