I'm going to my first ever blog camp in a couple weeks and I was informed that I needed to get business cards. Who else would I turn to than the ever fabulous Tiny Prints? I have been in awe of the quality of their thank you and holiday cards that I knew they would provide business cards that were on par.
Tiny Prints has an amazing selection to choose from and I really had a difficult time narrowing it down to the final one. I chose a folded card because I thought it would feature my preferences best. The Diagonal Style: Midori seemed to represent my blog with the bright color and lines. The personalization process was fairly simply and I chose to use my blog button pic for the card. The front of the card simply states my name and "blogger". My blog address peeks out from the fold placing it right under my title.
When you open the card you see my logo on top and underneath I have listed my email address, facebook, twitter and location. I added the pearl white shimmer to my cards because who doesn't love a little sparkle :)
I was emailed a proof and I approved and it was ready to print. I received the cards fairly quickly from the order date and was impressed upon first glance. The cards are thick and the shimmer is slight yet gives it a bit of oomph. I really like that the ink is clear and there is a pre-fold crease. I am ready to meet other bloggers and sponsors and hand out my spiffy new cards.
Even if you don't have a business (technically), you can use make mommy cards with this format: perfect for daycare, the park/groups and even when your little ones start school. Don't forget to check out Tiny Prints for all your other paper product needs. You really won't be disappointed.
Buy It: You can purchase the Diagnoal Style: Midori business cards for $54 (100 cards) + $0.10 extra per card for the shimmer!
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