Eclectic diy business cards

bizcards_hero_forsitekraft&mint is my little corner of the web where I share my passion for crafting. I can’t believe I’m going to celebrate two years of blogging in a few months! My first DIY business cards looked like this. I’ve given them all away so it is time to make some more!

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I will use a rubber-stamp to show my basic information: kraft&mint, blog address and phone number on the back of the card.

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Do you make your own cards or have you used a printer or online service like tinyprints or moo cards? What would be your reaction if you received a card like the ones I showed you above? Let’s start chatting!

Materials I used:

  1. Fox rubberstamp from paper source
  2. Pom pom fringe (similar)
  3. Pink business cards blank cards also from paper source
  4. Glassine Bags from Amazon

 

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6 Comments

  1. 2015/03/05 / 2:41 am

    I mean, could those be any cuter??? Those are definitely business cards no one could ever throw away. Just beautiful and memorable!!

    • 2015/03/05 / 3:16 am

      Thank you my dear! Super thankful for your sweet words :) I can’t wait to make some more biz cards!

  2. 2015/03/05 / 9:45 am

    They are lovely, and great to make people hold on to them as they are too nice to throw away. A few years ago someone where I work changed all their contact details and had a box of business cards with the old details which were only printed on one side. I covered the printed side with scraps of fabric and added my details on the other side, they turned out pretty cute and worked well. I’ve run out now so I’m on the lookout for more out of date but only printed on one side cards to make another batch – I know they are out there somewhere!

    • 2015/03/05 / 5:58 pm

      Hello Julie! How clever to repurpose your old cards with fabric! I have some old cards too with an email address I don’t use anymore, now I know what todo. Thank you for the tip! :)

  3. 2015/03/05 / 4:41 pm

    Oh my GOODNESS, Ursula… these are so adorable!!! Pom poms for life <3

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