Oh, happy day! My NEW business cards came in the mail last week!
And I was just going to splat them up here on the old blog. You know, show off my mad business card designing skills. But then I realized I had a WOW! post so I thought why not share the cards and a little bit of my process in designing the cards?
So if you’re a writer who’s been thinking about designing a new card–or maybe just trying to decide IF you need a business card (Hint: You do!), you might want to zip over to the Muffin and read “Business Card Love.”
Then you can see my new cards and give me your ideas about what you like to see in a writer’s business card. Because honestly, it’s only a matter of time before I’m gonna need a new business card. (Wheee!)
(P.S. I used Vistaprint for these cards, and I highly recommend them for both price and quality.)
Cathy–I got business cards a few years ago. However, after reading your WOW post, I realized the card was not “me,” nor did it include a photo. (I got it because I liked the look of it, but its appearance didn’t scream “Sioux.”)
Where were you three years ago? 😉
(By the way, I really like your new cards. And as many conferences and retreats and workshops as you’re going to, you WILL need new cards soon. )
Thanks, Sioux! I have been going a lot lately–I’m wore out! 🙂 And what? Your business cards are THREE years old? Get thee to Vistaprint! 🙂
I’ve used Vista Print for may cards too. So, now I’m going to hop on over to Wow! to find out what I need to do next time I order cards.
Bet your cards are wonderful, Donna!
And I just read your WOW! comment. You made me laugh out loud, you talented wordsmith, you! 🙂
I shall check out your cards! My husband designed mine, but it needs to be updated, and maybe I’ll get some ideas from your WOW post!
Yay! Updating cards is SO much fun, Lynn. 🙂
New cards were in order (from Vistaprint!) for the conference. I waited too long and didn’t have time to figure out why the picture I tried to put on them wouldn’t work, so no photo this time around. I love new business cards. There’s just something about ’em. Heading to the muffin!