Getting down to business
When Joanna Gaines retweets one of your blog posts, it’s time to get down to business. That means doing something for myself I’ve been putting off for way too long. I set up camp at Scrambler Marie’s this week and got to work on some business cards over breakfast and a mocha.
I think there is a misconception of business cards that you need to be part of a “business” to possess one, but everyone should have a business card as a tradable form of identification. There have been so many times since being a stay at home mom that I’ve wanted to give a new friend my information so I stressfully pull out my phone while holding a child, praying that the phone is even charged. This is not reliable.
Take it into your own hands, have some fun, and check out MOO Custom Online Printing. This platform is SO EASY. As a designer, I’m super picky about typography, paper, and quality. MOO has a great variety of layouts to fit your style and is super customizable to make yours unique! I can’t wait to get mine in the mail and start throwing them in the streets like the scene from Sing when the papers fly out the window… jk 😉
Don’t over complicate things. All a business card needs is your name, phone number, and email. If you feel like adding some fluff, put your favorite quote on the back, a picture of your favorite artwork, or a fun title like “girl boss”, “super mom”, “living the dream” or “coffee enthusiast”. You could even put a picture of your cat on the back, that would be a conversation starter for sure! Be your unapologetically weird self and get to designing.
Starting a new instagram account for #coffeeandbusinesscards. Sneak your business card into your next coffee shot and hashtag #coffeeandbusinesscards. Creating a new community for business and coffee lovers. Can’t wait to see where this goes ❤