The first time I spied a Moo card, I was on a house tour and was in the home/condo/working space of a local photographer. On her entry way console was a stack of tiny little cards with different photos of wedding scenes that caught my attention. I HAD to have one! The texture was delicious and the photo quality was superb, and on the back, in tiny little letters was all of this photographer's contact information. STUNNING!!! Well, little did I know I was looking at my first Moo card! (I'm really sorry I don't still have it to show you!)
Here is an example, though, of someone else's cards with ribbons attached:
Well, just in case you've never seen a Moo card, I'm going to tell you that you have! My entire banner is made up of my Moo cards!!! How cool is that?!??! I wish you could feel the texture... ok, I know, I'm a bit of a texture nut, but these cards are really beautifully made... and it's SO much fun to pull out five or six cards, each with a different image, and let the recipient choose which one they want! Inevitably, someone will ask me if they can have more than one, because they can't decide on just one!
Moo cards are a wonderful way to showcase your talent or your passion, or both! I've included them in cards and letters, I've used them as a gift tag so the recipient will know who it's from, and I've used them as a price tag/business card on my jewelry I sell.
Probably what is the most fun, is uploading your own pictures and images and designing your own Moo cards. I doubt anyone has ever had that much fun choosing a business card at a printer's shop or stationery store or even on line at some other boring site. My last order was for 100 cards, using 20 different images (so five of each design), all for $19.99 plus shipping. Is this beginning to sound like an ad for Moo cards?!? Well, it sort of is... that's how much I love my Moo business cards.
I hope you will visit Moo's site and give it a try. I promise you won't be disappointed in the experience or in the final product. And I hope you'll let me know if you order Moo cards of your own, I'd love to receive one in the mail and send you one of mine!
PS: We have a kitty named Moo, and no, we didn't name him after the company! My daughter Corey named him Moo for reasons I still don't understand, but have come to love anyway! (He is one silly little guy, always doing something funny!)