Friday, September 30, 2011

Make Seasonal Business Card

I am very new in blog land so when I attended my first Blog function last month, I didn't have a "business" card to pass out like my blog friends did. I checked a few sites that do business cards and to my surprise some do for free but never really finished my order! Tomorrow I am going to Crafting in Arizona Event hosted by Creative Estates and  realized that I didn't have any cards to give out!!! So I came up with my own!! :) The best part is that I made them Seasonal!

Card stock paper, variety of Stamp and ink pads{Michael has a HUGE selection just for a $1 each!}

 Using Publisher, I made my business cards, printed, stamped it and cut it!! 

Now off to make a businnes card holder! :)


  1. Chrissy, this is the cutest idea I have seen yet! Love that there are different cards for different times of the seasons!

  2. great idea! I did my first craft show a few weeks ago and didn't have business cards....I am still so new to it all! thanks for sharing!

  3. I was just thinking that I need to make cards for my own blog. I was going to go the lazy route and use a desktop publisher to design them, but you've inspired me. I *will* make them by hand. Thanks for the inspiration!

  4. Very genius and done it nicely work on these cards is spot on.
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  5. Simply designed looking so gorgeous i like it...
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  7. I love a different substrate or an unusual embellishment, a clever diecut gets me every time… beautiful! Great collection! :D

  8. These are lovely business cards! They would be especially memorable because of the way you've attached them to seasons and holidays. Literally, for every business card there is a season! If you're ever in need of perfect binding printing for craft books or journals, I know a great resource. :)


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