Saturday, September 6, 2014

My New Business Cards

 The American Quilter's Society Show is coming to Chattanooga next week, 9/10-9/13, and I am going to have an exhibit of 25 of my large quilts. I will be hostessing my corner of the show, and figured I needed business cards to hand out. These are made from leftover watercolor paper, acrylic paint and ink, with 2x4" shipping labels on the reverse with the pertinent information.
 

17 comments:

  1. Love the business cards! They will be getting mini originals by Melody!!

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  2. 25 of your quilts???? How I would LOVE to see that! I hope you get lots of photos. Have a great show.

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  3. Love them!! Wish I could be there to see your quilts ~ I know your corner will be a hit!

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  4. What a brilliant idea for business cards! I love the idea of being able to make up a relatively small batch at a time, and having each one different but related to the others.

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  5. Clever! Love the color and texture.

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  6. Love the business cards.....so colorful.

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  7. Love them! Take lots of pix... hope you are allowed to have them for sale too! Enjoy...

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  8. Wow, what great business cards and love that lime!

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  9. Collector's items!

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  10. Love the cards. I wish I could see you and your quilts at the show. Have a great time.

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  11. They are more than business cards, they are little works of art!

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  12. LOVE these business cards-very clever!

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  13. How exciting for you. Have a wonderful time....hope to see some pictures of your display. Julie

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  14. Wow, those look great! They say that first impressions last, and these should leave your clients very impressed. I love the fact that you used leftover paper, making it economical as well. The show must have been a great one for you! Take care!

    Lisa Thompson @ Controlled Color

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  16. Many professionals go for plain and bold types of business cards to maintain their professional image. However, I have to say that what you presented is a very creative way to make business cards. It really does reflect your creative talents and skills. I bet that will catch the attention of a lot of interested customers. Thanks for sharing that, Melody! All the best to you!


    Sally Park @ ClientRetentionIncCA

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