Business Cards at

Someone asked me for a business card recently.  Truth be told mine were a little lame - they were ones I'd made on my computer.  They had the needed information, but were underwhelming.  My sister Karen, who is a great photographer, showed me what she had done at  I was so impressed.  So I uploaded a few pictures and then ordered 50 (the smallest amount you can order).  I'm so glad I did.   You can put an image on one side of the card and your contact information on the back side of the card, as well as a small image.  And you can use up to 50 different images in a pack of 50.   Now I feel like a "real artist".  ;-)

These are great for artists of all types 
to show examples of your work.   


Sandy Mastroni said...

I do the same thing Dixie > print my own , and they look awful !
I have been putting this moo thing off ..... You may have just given me that push to do this
your cards look great
thanks for posting this

Cheryl @ Bingle Bears said...

BEAUTIFUL cards! I just LOVE Moo!
Heaps of Hugs

Christine said...

Dixie, these are beautiful!

Robin's Egg Bleu said...

Awesome tip!

Carol said...

I have felt the same way about my-self made cards. Just not cutting it anymore with the clients I am attracting. I check out briefly and I am so interested!
Thanks so much for all the tips and beauty in art you have to share.
Carol of Butternut Creek

"Do not let what you cannot do
keep you from doing what you can do."

John Wooden