What is a product based business card? I’ll be honest, I just made that term up – but I think it is fitting for what I am going to show you today. I debuted my latest business card designs at the All Things Silhouette Conference – and everyone LOVED them.
So, what made them special? Well, each of my business cards has a different image on them. In my case, I put a different blog post on each of them and my contact information on the other side. But, for your small craft business, you can put a different product on each and your contact information on the other side. Why would you do this? Well, when customers go to craft shows they pick up lots of business cards. When they get home, they may not remember what business sells what product. However, if you have a photo on your card of one of your products, your customer will know exactly why they grabbed your card.
Below is a photo of a few of the cards.
How did I do this you ask? I used Moo.com’s square business cards. Moo allows you to upload up to 50 different designs to use on your business cards. This sounds like a daunting project you say? It actually only took about 20 minutes because Moo can link into your Instagram account. Since Instagram photos are already square, they are perfect for Moo’s square business cards! Then, I just chose the images I wanted to use, looked over the online proofs, and placed the order. Pricing is dependent on what options you choose for your card. Head over to Moo and make your own product based business cards!
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