moo.com – stylish printed items (business cards, etc) with a new green paper option

Via on Jan 28, 2009

As a photographer, I need to have a business card that is stylish and hip; something that the people like and that sets me apart. After striking out with my local copy stores, I found the coolest little company that makes an assortment of customizable high-quality printed products: moo.com.  I haven’t tried their stickers, greeting cards, or post cards, but I am really excited about my new MiniCards!

As the above photo shows, they’re about 2/3 of the size of a regular business card, and you can order a 100 pack with a different photo on each one. All this for $20, which is almost impossible to find. Unfortunately, the downside is that they’re based in London so they need to be shipped across the pond… not the most eco-choice. However, at least you can select the new green paper option. They print the cards on 100% recycled paper, which is 100% chlorine-free, and also totally recyclable and biodegradable. Until I find a local company in Nashville that can give me something this high of quality on eco-paper, I’ll be sticking with Moo.

 

 

 

 

 

About Rusty Ralston

Rusty Ralston is a professional photographer specializing in music, fashion, lifestyle, and travel photography. He is available for shoots anywhere, preferably sunny islands.

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6 Responses to “moo.com – stylish printed items (business cards, etc) with a new green paper option”

  1. Heather says:

    Great to know these resources are out there, and affordable.

    The elephant journal stickard–half sticker, half business card–is another creative solution. I thought there was a blog about it, but I couldn’t find it when I searched…

  2. Mandy says:

    I have some of these and love them!

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