Business Cards Review

This is definitely not my typical review, but I love my new business cards and wanted to share! I am so impressed with the quality of the cards and how easy and speedy the whole process was – I ordered them on Wednesday, and they were delivered on Saturday! I’ve been attending some networking and blogger events in Boston, and wanted to order some business cards I could hand out at both types of events.

I chose to design my own cards on their site using their guidelines, and added a mint green accent to the front to match the format I’ve been using for my resume. I chose four different pictures for the back of the cards so I can pick different ones for various situations, including a plain mint background for more formal occasions. They also have a wide range of templates, and you can even create your own design in InDesign or another program and upload. I ordered the classic matte laminate cards, and they look very professional! The card is nice and thick, and the text and images are printed very clearly. I found a promo code online for free shipping, so they came out to around $20 for 50 cards. I would definitely recommend if you’re looking for affordable and sophisticated business cards, and I can’t wait to start handing them out! business cards review

And to bring things back to the realm of normalcy, on my nails is Essie Eternal Optimist!

3 Comments on Business Cards Review

  1. AlinaValero
    August 12, 2014 at 3:48 pm (4 years ago)

    I love the cactus cards!

  2. Erin O'Brien
    September 5, 2014 at 1:36 pm (3 years ago)

    Those are sooo cute! I love the design and photos. I’ve been meaning to make business cards for myself. Actually, I made some on Microsoft word, printed them at Staples and cut them out myself for a networking event thinking that would have to do. It was awful. I should really just do this.

    • Daisy
      September 5, 2014 at 2:23 pm (3 years ago)

      Thanks Erin! These were so easy to make! I definitely recommend Moo.


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