great resources for business cards & stationery

I know we’re headed into a paperless age, but I’m going to hold on to a few special paper items for a while longer, and a thoughtfully designed, well-crafted business card is definitely one of them. A tangible item adds a lovely personal touch to your first impressions, and as so many creative people have shown, there are almost no limits to reinterpreting the business card. For my last My Life Scoop post, I’ve rounded up some of the great resources I’ve discovered online for business cards and stationery. There are resources for DIY business cards, letterpress and custom-design cards, and a few online galleries where you can find tons of design inspiration. Click here to read the full post. Starting next week, our contributing editor Stephanie Todaro will be sharing her posts on My Life Scoop. Welcome, Stephanie! — Kate

  1. I adore all stationery, but have a particular soft spot for business cards…this is such a beautiful round-up. Lovely post Kate!

  2. Nicole says:

    Thanks so much for this! Been kinda frustrated at my lack of budget for my own cards, so I really appreciate the DIY links :)

  3. Neil Forrest says:

    What an idea of creating creative business cards..Great.

  4. hena tayeb says:

    cute options.. i too want to hold on just a little longer to paper.. must everything be digital?

  5. These are all fabulous! As a nearly-starving college student, I especially appreciate the DIY ideas.

  6. I really like the stamp concept because you can use it on letterheads, envelopes, thank you cards, the possibilities are endless. Change up the ink color and you have a holiday look! Always looking for inspiration, thanks!

  7. Great collections…truly inspiring…keep it up, thanks. My colection is here at TricubeD0esigns


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