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Monday, May 18, 2015

How to Make Better Business Cards

'Garden Party Time'              6x6            pastel               ©Karen Margulis
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 I want my business cards to be keepable. What's the point in giving out business cards if they end up in the garbage. Business cards need staying power. You never know when your art or services may be needed. If your business card is a keeper it is more likely to be there when the need arises.

I am a big fan of Moo.com. I love their business cards and I am always trying the latest products.  I was excited to try the new square business cards. They measure about 2.5 x 2.5 inches. I got my first order and love them so much I ordered another set!

Square cards are cool!

I think these cards will be keepers! I decided to showcase about 50 different wildflowers paintings on the front of the cards. The great thing about moo cards is the ability to use up to 50 different images on one batch of cards. There is no set up fee or extra image fees. It is a very simple upload process. The back of the card has my contact information. You get full color printing on both sides for no extra charge.

I am very pleased with the printing and color reproduction. The card stock is heavy and feels expensive. You can even upgrade to an even more luxurious card stock.

The quality of Moo cards is wonderful
If you don't have business cards or need to get new ones consider giving Moo cards a try. If you use this link to create your cards you will get 10% off your first order.  Click here for the link.

If you don't have business cards or make your own, treat yourself to some really nice business cards. You are your own brand and your business cards reflect you as an artist. You DESERVE nice business cards!

5 comments:

Randall Smith said...

Very cool! Which paper finish do you find looks the best?

Karen said...

I've only tried the matte regular card stock so I can't compare!

robertsloan2art said...

Moo cards are awesome in all their formats. I love yours and enjoyed the cat portrait on it so much that it's up on display. Easy to remember!

I tend to save moo cards from every artist that gives them to me, while other types of cards get lost.

Tammy said...

Randall, my Moo cards have the gloss finish and I love it! You can't write on those of course, but since I don't tend to write on my business cards anyway, it's never been an issue for me. And I do love the look the gloss finish gives the artwork. :-)

CAROL HOPPER -- A PAINTER'S JOURNAL said...

Thanks for sharing this as I need new business cards! Your work is awesome and I would even enjoy a workshop but pastel is something I don't do!