Monday, 30 July 2012

TUTORIAL: (Recycled) Business Card Making




I copied these pictures from here. The idea and the result are great.

Here is what you need to do:

Using a used tissue paper box that has a nice pattern on the outer side and a plain inside, you can make your own business cards. All you need to do is to trace around a credit card (or a medicare card or any other card that has the desired dimensions and is not very fragile) and then cut them up to size. You can use a self stamping ink pad to stamp them with your business card details and all ready to go!


7 comments:

Waseem said...

Like the pattern...I might use it in my own Order Business Cards.

Zmalik said...

Appreciative approach to convert a piece of junk into useful objects,do you have any idea related to plastic cards, how one can make this...

Erica Louise said...

Surprised to see my business cards here? But appreciate the link to my site.

Mrs. Lucky said...

I hope you didn't mind it Erica as you are given the full credit (and a direct link to your page) for your own work. It is such a brilliant idea and the result is great too. You are very smart and I hope this project encourages more people to use recycled items. Great job!

Erica Louise said...

Thank you Mrs Lucky, I appreciate your kind comments!

Retta Langevin said...

Awesome idea! Aside from tissue box, you can also use the old cardboard or any paper materials that can be utilized for business card making. Thanks for sharing this! This would help many independent business owners who want to create their own business card without spending a fortune. Kudos! @ Turf Signs

Mrs. Lucky said...

True Retta, I totally agree. Thanks for taking the time to leave a comment here by the way.

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