I feel like there must be an obvious solution that I’m just not seeing, so I put out the call in the hopes that you folks will be my thinking-brain humans. =)
I prefer to print addresses out, as they (1) take up a lot less space on the postcard, leaving more scope for fun stamp choices, and (2) my handwriting is less than stellar, and I’d rather not make the card difficult to deliver – and I’ve got no skill at all any glyphs not used in American English (okay, I can handle accents and umlauts – but I’d never manage Cyrillic or Katakana).
I tend to be printing one, or at most three, addresses at a time. I print the address, cut it out of the sheet, glue-stick it to the card … and then throw away a lot of paper. I mean, I can use it for scrap, but I only need so much scrap. I’m trying to find a less-wasteful way of printing addresses.
I could use label sheets, but many countries have address formats that won’t fit on the ones readily available to me. I could buy sheets with oversized labels and trim more compact addresses down before affixing them, which would at least waste less paper. I could print on plain sticker paper, and attempt to carefully cut just the address part off the backing with a craft knife, but I don’t like my chances of doing that consistently.
What do you folks do? Or do you just print the silly address on a sheet and not overthink it?