Friday, January 16

Swag! | New A Nerdy World MOO cards

Friday, January 16

I rarely need or use business/contact cards, but I always like to have them, just in case. Also, having them makes things so much more official and professional/makes me feel fancy.

When I started this new space, I knew I wanted to get a new set of cards to go along with. In the past, I've bought cards through UPrinting and Vistaprint, both of which I'd recommend if you're in the market for printed materials. (I used Vistaprint for our Curtismas cards this year.) But I didn't want to have to buy a ton of them, since, like I said, I don't use them often. I also wanted something a little fancier than your standard business card.

So, I turned to MOO. I've gotten MOO cards for a couple of other projects, and I really like them. They're not the cheapest option out there, but the quality of the product outweighs the increase in price, especially when you don't want to buy your cards in bulk.

I, of course, used the brilliant illustration Michelle of Creature Type created for me. Here's a look at the finished product (and a peek at my awesome planner, which I will be sharing more about in a future post):


And a clearer look at the front/what's on the back:


I'm really excited about having them, and I think they turned out pretty dang fab. Now ... to find a place/event at which I can actually hand them out!

This post is not sponsored by MOO, nor did I receive anything in exchange for posting it. I just like their products! The link to MOO, however, is an affiliate link, and will benefit me if you make a purchase using it. Thanks in advance.

15 comments

  1. They are super awesome!! I never had business cards before, but I'd like to make them for my blog one day :)

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  2. I love your card, it looks super fancy! I'll have to check out Moo the next time I print out business cards, I still have sooooo much from when I got mine on Vista Print x__x

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  3. I love them! They look awesome and professional!

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  4. Love them, and I've heard many good things about Moo!

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  5. I love your card design. Simple but colorful and totally you. :)
    I also have no real need for business cards but I've been thinking about getting some for the rare occasions I'm around real life humans that are interested in what I do on the Internets. I think I'm going to my first ComicCon (Ottawa) in May and I thought it would be good to have something in case someone wants my picture so then they can contact me. I dunno, it's my first Con. lol

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  6. Thank you! I've had them for jobs before, but those are very limited to the amount of creativity you can put into designing them. So it's fun to have fun ones.

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  7. Thank you! And yeah, I hear ya. I have yet to find a good project to do with the old ones I have (other than pasting new images on the front).

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  8. Thanks! Moo's cards are a tad larger and thicker than standard cards, which makes them feel slightly more fancy. :) Part of the reason they're more expensive, I suppose.

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  9. Thanks, Tish! And how exciting about your first con. I hope you have an awesome time. If you have the time (and funds), you should totally get a few to pass around.

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  10. Ooo love your cards! They're so gorgeous! Michelle is really talented - I love her work too. :) Funny, I've also used the same three printing companies. I use MOO for actual business cards, Uprinting for packaging/jewelry cards, and Vistaprint for... nothing now. They annoyed me too much. :)

    <3 Kelsea | Kels Shark

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  11. Ha! Vistaprint does like to email a person. Like eight times a week. ;)

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  12. I just ordered my Moo cards! I was about to checkout and I remembered your link! So I did that and it gave me 10% off my order- thanks! lol
    I got square business cards with my new square logo. :D

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  13. Oh, fantastic! I'm glad I got you a deal. :) I bet they'll look fab.

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