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Using their original logo, Cozy took advantage of MOO’s Printfinity technology, to create a design spread over four Business Cards.
Gianfranco uses MOO Postcards in a totally innovative way, turning them into great looking name badges for conferences.
Talented illustrator and MOO aficionado Constanze Guhr proves that great craft has no limitation - whatever size you choose to work in! Check out her cool MiniCard creations....
Real Estate agent Elizabeth Bolton combined her love of vintage postcard art with Printfinity to create a set of remarkable Business Cards.
Grab your colouring pencils - UK illustrator Carlton Hibbert's MiniCards are perfect for children of any age (that includes you!).
Robyn Pollman has a talent for making her camera shy subjects smile. And her clients really smile when the final prints arrive.
A business name is just the first step in marketing yourself to the big wild world. Take that name and associate it with a strong brand.
Donal Skehan is an award winning food blogger, cookbook author and food photographer. And he's got food on his Business Cards.
Using bold colours and a simple, yet eye-catching logo, Blog Star’s cards are designed to attract plenty of followers to the Blog Star site.
We asked three media companies to explain how to represent complicated concepts and campaigns on a simple Business Card.
Delivering to a customer, or wrapping a gift for someone special - it's the little details that turn a package from mainstream to magical.
Artist and blogger Natalie Malik made some beautiful rounded corner Business Cards with her favourite paintings on one side.