I had had business cards made several years ago for the blog, then some for my etsy shop – both using the budget-friendly vistaprint and both designed by me. They were fine, but it had become annoying to have two separate cards. Plus, I had put my phone number on my original cards, which I now wanted to take off (email addy was all that I needed), and neither card actually had my name as the main header.
So when one of my fave stationary shops owned by one of my fave bloggers – Penny Paper Co. – was having a big sale on her calling cards a few weeks ago, I knew it was time for an upgrade.
When this arrived on my doorsteps a few days ago, I was like a kid on Christmas. Look at how cute the packaging is?! Love in all the little details.
I chose the vintage floral design (check it out here), which had me falling for it’s simplicity and sweet, timeless look. Lindsay was amazing at making sure the card looked just the way I wanted it before printing, and the whole turnaround and shipping time was crazy quick. The quality is really great – no flimsy paper here. I couldn’t be happier with how they turned out!
The other bonus? They totally match my wallet (and nails, apparently!). It seems I have a thing for peach?!
So thank you Lindsay for the lovely product and great service! Guys, be sure to go check out Lindsay’s shop. It’s full of all things cute.
Have you guys had calling or business cards made up? Do you use them for your small business, or for when you meet new peeps? I know with the age of email and internet it’s easy to find people, but there is something really lovely about a calling card I think.
FYI – I was in no way compensated to write this review or given free product. I was just genuinely thrilled with how much I love this product!