Thursday, June 10, 2010

Moo


Not this kind of moo.



This kind!



If you haven't ever seen a Moo Card, go check out their site.

I have been using their mini cards for a couple years now. I love them. (They also do regular sized cards as well as postcards and greeting cards.) They are expecially great for artists and photographers because you can use your own art or pictures. Or, if you are not feeling particularly creative you can pick from their list of designers. They are also extremely affordable - $19.99 for a 100 pack of mini's, or $21.99 for 50 regular sized cards.

Even if you don't run a business of your own, they are fun cards to have as "calling cards"; you can include your name, phone number, Facebook page, Twitter handle, blog address or whatever!

I just got a new order in the mail, and this time around included some of my jewelry pictures. Here's a few:





I really like the mini cards because there is still room enough for great images and all your info, but they are smaller and kind of unusual for a business card, which I think helps people remember them.

There are also several sellers on Etsy that make great little card holders, too. I have one from DearSukie, but there are several others like LMCreation and oskarmycat to name a few.

Now for the important part:
If you are interested in getting some Moo cards of your very own, here's a code for 15% off your first order!
2RB2CK

Now, for the REALLY important part:

Everyone who follows me and then leaves me a comment will be entered for a random drawing (well, okay, "drawing" meaning I'll use the online random generator to pick a number) for a free card design by me!
That means I will design one image for you to use on the front of a Moo card. Yea! If you win I will email you and we will work out a design of your choice.

Enter today! I will pick a winner one week from today - so Thursday, June 17th!

8 comments:

  1. That's wonderful! Thanks for the heads up!

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  2. OMG, for real?!?!??! Since I use stamps, I can't use any of them, or the finished cards, as my image, so my MOO cards are a stock image set. Having my own image would be FAB-U-LOUS! (pick me, pick me!) :-)

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  3. Yes. The face of the cow is very peaceful.

    Thank you.
    ruma

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  4. Ooh! I want one with an Adirondack chair! Ooh! Ooh!

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  5. Oooh, discounts! And shopping. I love discounts and shopping. I've never had Moo cards, but I've seen them and I think they are so cuuuuuuute. Yours look fantastic!!! Love the variety. Ohh, I see your avatar girl dyed her hair!

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  6. Oo nice, I had never heard of those before.

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  7. those cards are really cool...love what you did with them...

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  8. these kind of moo you have are super cute.

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