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June 3, 2013

I wanted to come up with some fun cards for the stationery show last week - these were quick & simple, but I snapped a few shots to share them with you!




The supplies on this card were very simple - I just used blank business cards, rubber stamp, labels, message tape, and dried flowers (picked up at the los angeles flower mart)
 
I used a couple different kinds of ink jet labels - brown kraft round & gold triangles.


On one side, I placed the gold label and stamped with our today stamp.




On the other side, I cut a couple of the dried flowers and taped it with our message tape.


All done! Super simple & easy. The only thing about this type of card is that it's more novelty, it doesn't provide a ton of info. Actually, I only put my .com address. No email address, no other information... Email probably would have been good to add.

34 hello's:

  1. beautiful. I'd love to make my own blog business cards, but I'm waiting til I get a more permanent url! :)

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  2. great idea,they look awesome :)

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  3. I love them, too cute, original and ... just perfect!

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  4. Amazing! You did a great job! They are precious!

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  5. Your attention to detail is off the charts.Incredible!

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  6. So creative! Love the 3D touch of the flowers. :-)

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  7. These are darling. These would be cute as little notes too...just to leave on someone's desk and brighten their day. -Kari Ann

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  8. You are so creative! Love them!

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  9. these are wonderful!!! Great job!

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  10. These are absolutely gorgeous! :)

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  11. so pretty!!! you have such great ideas.

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  12. Lovely lady! Were you at Patchwork LB this weekend?

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  13. Those are great -- such a departure from the usual business card...

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  14. so simple, yet lovely. wonderful ideas! x
    - Jianine

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  15. I love this cards! Son natural, so cute!!
    Congratulations!

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  16. really nice!!!!! and easy!

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  17. Very charming business cards and the dried flowers are nice, unique touch.

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  18. you (and your work!) are a constant reminder that sometimes the simplest things are the loveliest.

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  19. These are so cute! I love them.

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  24. Wow you are so clever! Love these.

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  25. You always have some brilliant ideas to share and I sincerely thank you for that. These are super awesome. Yes, I’d add my e-mail, which would be a good idea. The dried flowers beautifully complement the cards.

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  26. These are brilliant. Your creativity has no bounds. I have some plain business cards of hand-made paper lying around and I know now what to do with them. Thank you so much for continuing to share such wonderful stuff with us.

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  27. Wow I love this! I've actually been wanting to do business cards for my blog and somehow incorporate actual dried flowers rather than printing my blog header (which is a photograph of my dried flowers). These ones you have are quite perfect, do you happen to know what kind of flowers these are?

    -Kiana
    finchandfawn.blogspot.com

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  28. Love this! What kind of printer do you use to printer your labels?

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