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new business cards...

Bonjour mes belles,

What better way to start a new year than with new business cards. As they say a change is as good as a holiday......mind you a holiday someplace warm is most appealing!

The company that supplied my cards is called and it is a great site which lots of fabulous templates and not only do they produce business cards, they also produce post cards, mini cards and sticky labels.

The site is fabulous, easy to navigate and has a modern feel to it.

What a particularly liked is the attention to detail from the emails that you receive to the packaging, which includes a slick looking business card holder.

So if you are looking for business cards hat are a wee bit different, this is a great place to buy them from.  

Moo have offices in Europe and the USA. Click here or here to view the site in french.

I am hoping to crack on with the painting today and look forward to showing you the results bientot......

bonne journée à tous, Leeann x


  1. Thanks so much for the advice...I am looking for a design for new business cards and letterheads which will engage with my new you I am enthused by the new year and the possibilities it offers! PS...good luck with the painting!

  2. Hi! I’m new follower of your blog and would like to invite you to join me at my weekly Clever Chicks Blog Hop:

    I hope you can make it!


    Kathy Shea Mormino

    The Chicken Chick

  3. It's really different and business cardsprint...keep it up.!!!!!!!!!

  4. Those look great! I’ve had experience with Moo, and I agree; their prints are quite unique, and would really cater to artists looking to print some cards for exhibits or for everyday use.

    Retta @ Turf Signs

  5. Nice! Your business cards look amazing! The details and placement of the design are well-planned. I commend your creativity. Business cards can make or break a first impression, and I believe you successfully made-to-impress. You'll definitely reach the public with these cards. Thanks for sharing!

    Bobette Marr @ Digital Print Ink


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