Yay! My order of new business cards from Moo arrived today! I was confused in this post when I said they would be here last Friday. Due to my curmudgeonly views on shipping costs, the cards were supposed to take two weeks to arrive but they ended up only taking a week and a half, so that was a nice surprise! Opening the packaging was an experience, as I believe it was intended. The cards arrived in this lovely magnetic storage box.
Here are what said cards actually look like.
The case itself is lovely, but only holds 7 of the extra-thick cards. An oversight on my part. Also, I am a weenie about putting a key ring through anything a quarter inch thick (don’t want to!) That said, the case will keep my cards nice while they’re floating around in my purse and I don’t regret the investment.
So my final thoughts are that I’m very pleased with my cards and will reorder when I give all of these away. Moo is pricer than the competition and some of that cost goes into their fancy presentation, so I would recommend buying more than 100 cards at a time to spread that cost out. If you want a standard size business card on regular weight paper, go with another company. I’ve had good luck with OvernightPrints.com. However if, like me, you are attracted to Moo’s specialty sizes and treatments, go for it! The mini cards are affordable, especially in the normal weight and the company is a delight to work with. They also let you print multiple images on your cards.
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Disclaimer: I am sharing my experience with Moo.com because I want to! They are not compensating me beyond the referral program mentioned above, which is available to everyone.
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