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Sunday, July 31, 2011

DIY Business card

I made my own business card.  I love everything which is handmade.  I wanted to have my own business card something which express my creation and love toward handmade stuff . So here I'm with my homemade business card.



This is so simple yet looks professional .



Things you need are:

Fabric of your choice
fusible interface
Inkjet printer
Stamp
Ink pad

Pinking Shears
Single Hole Puncher

Here we go:

My business card of 2"x 3.5" size. First I prepared a excel sheet with my details and leaving enough space for stamp.

Then print on the fusible interfacing, this is very light interface so easy to print on the inkjet printer.


Now iron the fabric on to fusible interface
 

Then cut  2"x 3.5" rectangle nice and neatly with pinking shear. This is little time consuming but the result is worth it.


Use your personalized Stamper to stamp either your logo or shop name.


 With the help of the Single hole puncher make a hole



Finally your business card is ready to hang from your item.  I used satin ribbon to hang the tag.














26 comments:

  1. These are so pretty! Love them! Wonderful tutorial, too!

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  2. Dear Daffy, thank you for posting a tutorial about how to make these unique biz cards. When I used to have a business, I heard a consultant say to have a biz card that folks would not want to throw away. Yours (especially with the ribbon) would fit into the category. It would be a memorable card...not run of the mill.

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  3. Love these!! I would love for you to stop by DIY Home Sweet Home today and link up your business cards and any other projects you would like to share. Happy Monday!!

    http://diyhshp.blogspot.com/

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  4. Thank you lady nice to see your comments...

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  5. Neat idea! Those will sure catch peoples attention more than a regular printed one. They look awesome!

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  6. Thanks for the awesome tutorial on the business cards! I have been contemplating getting some cards printed, but I may just have to make these!

    Melanie
    bearrabbitbear.blogspot.com
    minniemousebirthday.blogspot.com

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  7. Dear Daffy, thanks a lot for sharing a post on business cards. It was really important. I have always been told that business cards should be designed in a way that people keep them. Yours (especially with the ribbon) would fit into that category.

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  8. These are sweet and look so unique!

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  9. Hopping over from Ladybug Blessings linky party….
    What a wonderful crafty project :)
    I'd like to invite you to link your projects up at my weekly linking party at Craft Junkie Too. We'd love to have fabulous projects to share….:)
    Tracy
    T.G.I.F. Linky Party at Craft Junkie Too

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  10. Very creative! Great job. I recently made my own business cards too! I'm your newest follower!

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  11. Thank you everyone, Its so nice to see all the lovely people and lovely comments

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  12. wow....this is like a serious tutorial...i love it! thank you...I hope you will link up here!
    http://www.thegingerbreadblog.com/2011/08/sweet-saturday-v1.html

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  13. thank you so much for linking up...I hope to see you next week!
    xoxo

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  14. fabulous work done to create different design and it might be catch more attention than ordinary.

    Plastic Cards

    Scratch Card printing

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  15. Fantastic blog!
    Hand-made business cards are beautiful!
    Regards from the Croatian!

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  16. That's called creativity i appreciate your hard work specially i like green ribbon...
    Plastic business cards 
    Plastic Card

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  17. Excellent blog, neat presentation. Thanks for sharing!

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  18. Thanks you so much for the lovely comments, your comments inspires me to do more.

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  19. Do you made more than 100 slimier business card by hand?
    Plastic VIP Cards

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  20. your effort make it easy to follow...I will keep it in mind and will use it when i needed.
    Clear business cards

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  21. Hi joseph, Yeah I'm made more 75nos when i went for a exhibition, I had this handy and my customer absolutely loved it.

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  22. Consequently something takes place for a small business cards, whether become placed in a pond,
    Plastic business cards overlooked inside the washing machine or even crush with a pickup truck it'll nonetheless maintain its development into a rational amount. It's going to remain living within environments in which standard papers cards are not able to endure.

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