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  • wasserretter
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    A little late but this is my idea, another one allready told about something similar.
    I use thin pieces of wood, slices of a branch) where my wife wrote my name and my e-mail on it (she has a much better way to write by hand than me).
    It was my turn sawing and sanding them.

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  • YvonneClarkson
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    Mate, as a person working in the renting industry for pretty much 15 years, I will say that business cards are crucial in promoting your business. So I will advise you to create your business cards. In case you need help, I can recommend you some companies that are working in this industry. Just text me, and let me know.
    Last edited by Claude; 07-19-2021, 06:27 PM. Reason: Removed not woodcarving related link.

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  • OZprey
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tkqAemcu1jE

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  • rkuzel
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    Originally posted by Western Wood Carver View Post
    Has anyone ever seen any creative or humorous business cards for wood carvers at a good price for 100 or more? I am not starting a business yet, but I would like to have cards to give out with my email address to give out at carving shows or to friends or with free wood carvings so that people know that I like to do wood carving and that I can do custom work if they want.

    Does anyone here have a cool business card or have seen others that they want to share? I need ideas. Thanks.
    I am doing some nice looking business cards out of veneer sheets. I have a branding iron with my Etsy logo and stamp it on veneer sheets... looks pretty cool. Never liked the paper version for woodworking, not sure why... ohhh... I know... because I designed business cards for years and I'm sick of it
    I'll attach a photo when I get home.

    Robert

    Last edited by rkuzel; 10-11-2017, 07:52 AM.

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  • Claude
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    I also use Avery, except I use the #8871 paper. It lets me print the cards whenever I need some, and I can change the image on the card each time, if I choose to. The application is online at Avery www.avery.com and you don't have to install any application on your computer.

    Claude

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  • Eddy-Smiles
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    You can also print cards on Microsoft Publisher.

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  • leavyc
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    Don't forget to check with your local print shop. Sometimes we think shopping online is a better deal and we forget to check the Mom and Pop stores.

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  • jimp
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    Dogcatcher, I had to laugh at the phone number. About 40 years ago (when people knew that phone number) I came to pick up my gal for a date. Her dad put a sign in the window of my car with that phone number on it.
    The amazing thing is, he let me marry her anyways! 37 years come August. My father-in-law passed away this past January. We would still watch Hee-Haw reruns when they were on.
    Thanks for the memories!
    Jim

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  • Bob K.
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    Not a funny card but Vistaprint did a real professional job for me.
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  • Soggy
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    I print my own using using # 08371 Avery Business Cards and a program called Paint Workshop.. and like Dogcatcher, I found the image on the internet. After I got the finished card that I wanted I saved it to my computer and can run off as many as I want when ever I want. I'm sorry but I can't remember how much I pay for a pack (250) blank cards, but I know it is quite reasonable and the convenience of being able to print off a bunch of cards the night before a craft show (when you discover that you have run out of your current supply ) is priceless.....
    Wayne
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  • Spiritwolfe
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    OMG! There IS actually a place called Dull Knife Texas!
    Who woulda thunk! LOL!
    I thought maybe I was just over tired but I found this killer funny.

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  • Spiritwolfe
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    Originally posted by dogcatcher View Post
    You can use Vista Print and add your own "logo" or a character drawing, Even a cartoon I made this one just as an example, I found the cartoon character on the Internet, then did it as a line drawing, Then imported it to the Vista Print website.



    Hahaha! Dull Knife, Texas?
    I prefer Sharp Knife, Texas myself lol
    nice cards though.

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  • dogcatcher
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    You can use Vista Print and add your own "logo" or a character drawing, Even a cartoon I made this one just as an example, I found the cartoon character on the Internet, then did it as a line drawing, Then imported it to the Vista Print website.




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  • Brian T
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    Every once in a while, I run across business cards which are laser-engraved solid wood and others which are very thin (birch?) plywood.
    You might ask at a sign painting shop.

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  • Western Wood Carver
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    Ok, thanks.

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