Got Moo?

I’ve been wanting some business cards for quite some time now. I’ve printed some of my own in the past, but you can tell they’re homemade. I wanted some nice, professional cards that I could hand out when I go to an interview or network with someone or some similar situation. So I finally decided to order some business cards today. Well, it’s only a sample pack of 10 cards. But they were free. :biggrin:

The business cards that I got are Moo Cards. I’ve heard people talk about them on Twitter in the past. They look like really nice cards, and they’re not all that expensive. I got the sample pack because I want to make sure that I actually like the design I put together before I commit to a larger set. I don’t want to spend a lot of money on business cards that I decide I don’t like (especially now).

I thought I’d share what they ended up looking like. I tried to follow the same style that I use on my professional (i.e. resumé) website. I blurred out my phone number and email for my own sanity [don’t need crazy people calling me at all hours of the day/nite … not that crazy people read this blog … or maybe they do … LOL]. But otherwise, you get the picture of what they ended up looking like. If you have any suggestions as to how to improve them, let me know, but please be kind with your comments.

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According to the website, they won’t be shipped until Oct. 6, so it will be almost 2 weeks before I get them (I selected standard shipping, so it could take up to 5 days to get to me in the mail). Now I just need to try to be patient (and that’s not one of my strong suits. :razz2: )

Comments

    1. Thanks Bobbi. That’s what I was hoping to accomplish. I didn’t want to make them too fancy, but I didn’t want them too simple either. I can’t wait ’til they get here.

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