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DIY Business Cards Project

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Create your own unique cards to promote your business and stand out. I created a few styles of DIY business cards using some simple supplies. Print out your business card information in a Word.doc and print directly onto white cardstock, kraft paper and patterned paper.

For the cards printed on white cardstock, I sprayed them with some color washes. Once the cards had dried, I stamped them with black ink using the flowers from the How Does Your Garden Grow stamps by Dyan Reaveley and the scalloped edge design from the She Art Doodles stamp set.

The cards that were printed on the kraft ruled paper, I trimmed and then stitched onto a thicker cardstock. I then added some simple torn strips of patterned washi tape.

The green cards I printed directly onto the green and white polka dot patterned paper form the Prima Marketing Divine Paper Pad. I then stitched various strips of ribbon and vintage ephemera to the cards.

Now that you have 3 templates to experiment with, feel free to play with different color inks and dyes to create your own personalized business cards that reflect you and your work.

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Create your own unique cards to promote your business and stand out. I created a few styles of DIY business cards using some simple supplies. Print out your business card information in a Word.doc and print directly onto white cardstock, kraft paper and patterned paper.

For the cards printed on white cardstock, I sprayed them with some color washes. Once the cards had dried, I stamped them with black ink using the flowers from the How Does Your Garden Grow stamps by Dyan Reaveley and the scalloped edge design from the She Art Doodles stamp set.

The cards that were printed on the kraft ruled paper, I trimmed and then stitched onto a thicker cardstock. I then added some simple torn strips of patterned washi tape.

The green cards I printed directly onto the green and white polka dot patterned paper form the Prima Marketing Divine Paper Pad. I then stitched various strips of ribbon and vintage ephemera to the cards.

Now that you have 3 templates to experiment with, feel free to play with different color inks and dyes to create your own personalized business cards that reflect you and your work.

 
DIY Business Cards Project
DIY Business Cards Project
DIY Business Cards Project

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