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business cards can be such a stressful undertaking, provided that they come to represent you (in paper form) to various contacts and people of importance. i'm in the process of trying to finish up my own, but then i got an email from annie regnier, who runs coco-pink. coco-pink is a fantastic business card resource that provides over 30 fun, colorful templates to choose from for extremely reasonable prices. all you do is a choose a template (there are plenty with of-the-moment themes ie: birds, deer, baroque swirls...) and you can order 125 cards for $50 or 250 cards for $65. it's a great price for fun, fast little business cards when you're in need. until mine are finished i think i might be ordering my own little set. click here for more info. [thanks, annie!]




Anonymous Anonymous said...

eek, i don't think i'd hire anyone with a card like those. cute, but maybe only for giving out to acquaintances?

1:58 PM  
Anonymous Aunt Beep said...

I would TOTALLY hire someone with a card like these! LOVE LOVE LOVE!

2:08 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

or... you can have two sassy design ladies make custom ones for you! (and you only)


3:50 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

if you are in a creative field that would warrant a card such as these, it should reflect your work, not someone else's graphic design.

7:24 PM  
Blogger IMEDAGOZE said...

I'd have to agree with anonymous. If you're a designer, you'd be using your card to promote your creations anyway. but of course, you can still use it in many ways. Put it along with gifts, money packets, stick it to your books, exchange it with classmates, and great for small fashion/home boutiques, too. In my country, there are babies who own namecards!

8:56 PM  
Blogger jade said...

I love these cards. I would definitely use them, maybe even temporarily till I designed my own. I think they are beautiful!
I'm keeping Coco Pink in mind.


9:37 PM  

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