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Feb 07, 2014 15:24 |  #4336

Been waiting for a long time, and Moo finally has the design I wanted for the Luxe type cards. Ordered a small batch to get a taste for the quality and I am blown away! As soon as these are gone, will be putting in another order.

Anyone looking for a Moo referral and/or discount just PM me!

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Feb 07, 2014 15:26 as a reply to  @ Tony_Stark's post |  #4337

Those cards look fantastic. Mine will be very similar to yours. PM sent for code. ;)


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Feb 13, 2014 18:50 |  #4338

Share your business card designs!

Looking for inspiration. Mine suck :(


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Feb 13, 2014 19:01 as a reply to  @ briancmo's post |  #4339

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Feb 13, 2014 21:29 |  #4340

Here's mine, I just blurred my phone number out. Still waiting on them to get here!

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Feb 14, 2014 00:03 |  #4341

ldt_81 wrote in post #16687983 (external link)
Here's mine, I just blurred my phone number out. Still waiting on them to get here!

A bit late, but I saw your post about your logo. Why didn't use the butterfly on your card? One word...branding. ;)

Is the brown border around the card just for show (here), or is there really a border around your card? If it is a border, I hope they trim it carefully.


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Feb 14, 2014 00:11 |  #4342

Hikin Mike wrote in post #16688252 (external link)
A bit late, but I saw your post about your logo. Why didn't use the butterfly on your card? One word...branding. ;)

Is the brown border around the card just for show (here), or is there really a border around your card? If it is a border, I hope they trim it carefully.

That is just an image I saved from the website that I ordered from. There is no border around it. Unfortunately I jumped the gun on ordering these before I decided on the butterfly today. The next ones will have the same image as my website. Thats what I get for being impatient! lol


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Feb 16, 2014 00:57 |  #4343

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You need to mind text hieght. I can barel read the white text on your front on my screen where the images appear at least twice as big as a real business card. So you are going to need a lot bigger text to be readable on a real card. Depending on the font, probably not smaller than 9 point, again minding the end print size. If your text is 10 point (white) your canvas size may not be sized correctly and it all gets downsized during printing.

I totally agree. These were my first ever business cards and I've already noted how many things I'm going to change once these are all gone.


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Feb 18, 2014 21:56 |  #4344

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Feb 23, 2014 12:33 |  #4345

This card is very busy, too much text in my opinion. It's good, just like on a resume, to not try and fill up every inch of space with text.

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Mar 17, 2014 21:40 as a reply to  @ HappySnapper90's post |  #4346

I got my "test pack" in from Moo. The quality is nice, but did not BLOW me out of the water. Not sure if I was expecting too much. I like the matte on the typeface side, but the photos look really boring without much "pop". Not sure what I am going to do, if I am going to order these or the LUX series and hope they are more to my liking.

*I am not using these to get paid work, so I feel bad spending luxe prices for these cards.

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Mar 18, 2014 08:15 |  #4347

Myboostedgst wrote in post #16766270 (external link)
I got my "test pack" in from Moo. The quality is nice, but did not BLOW me out of the water. Not sure if I was expecting too much. I like the matte on the typeface side, but the photos look really boring without much "pop". Not sure what I am going to do, if I am going to order these or the LUX series and hope they are more to my liking.

*I am not using these to get paid work, so I feel bad spending luxe prices for these cards.

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I thought the same thing when I got my moo cards but apparently, were quite in the minority.


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Mar 18, 2014 09:39 |  #4348

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I thought the same thing when I got my moo cards but apparently, were quite in the minority.

The only problem is that I know the Vistaprint cards are REALLY cheap, and I dont know anywhere else that is somewhere in between. Very thin stock and while they print fine, the material is just not quite up to par with these.

However, I can get 5x the amount of cards from Vistaprint. And since I will just be handing them out when out at car shows, I have a funny feeling that people will tend to throw them out/lose them. So I am actually thinking I might just get both. Moo cards for work that I am trying to get (still non paid), and then Vistaprint cards to hand out when people just want to know my web address.


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Mar 18, 2014 09:47 |  #4349

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The only problem is that I know the Vistaprint cards are REALLY cheap, and I dont know anywhere else that is somewhere in between. Very thin stock and while they print fine, the material is just not quite up to par with these

The Vistaprint heaviest stock with a gloss finish is actually very nice and insanely inexpensive.

We get compliments all the time on how heavy our cards feel and people ask about where we ordered them. I think most just automatically order the ones Vistaprint tries to sell you, but if you go up to the heaviest stock with a gloss finish, I'd say you'll be very happy


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Mar 18, 2014 10:01 |  #4350

EveryMilesAMemory wrote in post #16767363 (external link)
The Vistaprint heaviest stock with a gloss finish is actually very nice and insanely inexpensive.

We get compliments all the time on how heavy our cards feel and people ask about where we ordered them. I think most just automatically order the ones Vistaprint tries to sell you, but if you go up to the heaviest stock with a gloss finish, I'd say you'll be very happy

Thanks for the info. I am going to order a set of these tonight and see how they compare to my Moo cards. The nice thing about Moo is that you can put multiple different images on the back. From the looks of it, Vistaprint you can only do one photo. Which isnt a big deal, I will just order two or three sets of 200 for extremely cheap, and still some out way ahead of Moo (If I am happy with the quality).


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