An essential part of making connections is leaving those connections with something to remember you by. This can be many things: a joke, an outfit, or something they can hold, such as a card or sticker, and whatever it is, you want it to be good.
Since I’ve been expanding my personal brand, I’ve needed to update my business cards with my social media and new links. I had been using some generic cards from Vista Print that had my name, blog, etsy, and email, on their Generic “S” design for “Stef.” They were thin and flimsy, and said “Vista Print” on the back.
I decided to look into different printers to figure out what the best deal for business cards was. MOO was the only printer to offer a discount on smaller sized cards, and one of the few to offer back printing included in the price. While MOO was not the absolute lowest price (I believe Office Max was offering 500 cards for $20), the lowest priced options had miserable reviews regarding slow turnaround times and poor quality.
MOO had great reviews regarding quality and customer service, but for me the real draw of MOO is their Printfinity service: as a standard option you can have a different image on every single thing- business cards, stickers, flyers, everything. So I can have a different work of art on the back of each business card I print (really, I do about ten different images per hundred cards)!
Here you can see an example of Printfinity: I’ve got a black front side with my contact info, and on the back is my unicorn logo centered over an image of my art. Looks really cool, doesn’t it?
MOO also offers some cool features like gold foil and spot gloss finishes, and premium and 100% recycled paper stocks. Their standard paper stock is sturdy with a vellum or glossy surface, and produces a bold, crisp, and vibrant print.
I’ve ordered two rounds of business cards, because of three reasons: their quality is great and I love handing them out, they have a great referral program that gives high rewards in the form of credit on their site, and I’ve been making a bunch of new art!
Here’s my second set of business cards:
You might notice that I used some of the same images on the backs as last time. It’s because masks and illustration are some of my best sellers, but I’ve been experimenting with some digital techniques lately…
And because I like trying new things and everything was on sale, I decided to check out their stickers! I used my hexagon unicorn logo on round sticker backs:
They turned out great and are really fun to hand out and put in shipments!
Anyway, I highly recommend you try out MOO for your small business, event, or creative project. You can use my referral link to save 20% off your first order with MOO, and help me towards my next re-stock!