Moo Business Cards

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Need business cards? 
Sure you do, we all do. 

Check out this great offer and save 10%

Want to know how important it is to have business cards?
Even if your "business" is small and you are just starting out...

Even if you just paint and sell furniture...

For me, this was the clincher...

On a recent trip to the Country Living Fair
in Rhinebeck, NY

I met up with several local blogger friends,
Miriam from Hometalk, 
and Sarah Gray Miller the Editor of
Country Living Magazine.

I was so excited to meet them all and
the first thing everyone did when they met 
was to exchange business cards....

Hmmmm.... business cards....
yes, that might have been a good idea

So when I got home the first thing I did was to 
create business cards.

My first stop was has the greatest cards! They are thick and have a beautiful finish... I ordered the matte finish with rounded corners.
I was pleasantly surprised at how thick they actually were and
in case you like them extra thick, 
they have luxe cards that are even thicker!



You can add whatever you want to your cards,
I blocked out some of the information on mine for this post.

You can also order mini cards...



I use my mini cards to tie onto packages
that I send out on my Etsy shop

At you can also create post cards & 
stickers for your business

(I'm going to need these next!)

Now for a limited time you can receive 10%
off your Moo order by clicking the following link:

Give them a try and what ever you do...

don't get caught in a situation without your
business cards!

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  1. OMG! I love Moo business cards. I bought the super skinny ones in all sorts of patterns when I used to design for others in CT. They are so dang cute. Thanks for reminding me - I need to order new ones.


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