I was browsing through my draft inbox and came across this post from a little while back - I honestly thought that I had already blogged this... but clearly I hadn't! Enjoy!
Before I headed off to The Blogcademy, I knew I wanted to create some memorable business cards.
I started by creating makeshift business cards, then I attached them to my DIY business card holders. Because my aim for attending The Blogcademy workshop was to get some advice and direction on starting up my own online (stationery) business - I decided to design a few little "things" that I could attach to my business cards that would give people a better idea of the kind of stationery I will eventually be selling/my style/vibe and something fun that they could take home or pass along to others.
Since it was the first time that I would be meeting many of these people - I decided to opt for a theme that could easily apply to anyone as well as being in line with the co-operative spirit of the workshop -
(perhaps this was too much of a South African reference - haha)
I had these printed via Moo Cards - and the quality was really awesome. They actually arrived on the day of the workshop and I was already "in class". The husband took his lunch break to mission across London and drop them off for me and he didn't even get to see me because I was busy gettin' schooled. What a guy.
I had a lot of fun dishing these out and I think people had as much fun choosing the designs they liked. It was also good feedback for me to see which designs went first!
What do you think?