Monday, March 28, 2011

Happy Moo Day!

Like many of my fellow Adventurers, I am knee deep in preparations for the Adventure in Crazy Quilting being held in Glastonbury, CT next week!

I've admired these Moo cards on many of the scrapbooking blogs over the years but never taken the time to have my own printed.

Until now...


Moo cards are about half the size of a business card and are printed on both sides and come in sets of 100 cards for about $20. I chose 50 images from my blog and ordered two sets to use as calling cards to give away to my fellow adventurers.


I was very pleased with the overall results but I think that the simpler pictures turned out better in this super small format.


Also, the pictures printed a little darker than I expected so brighter pics turned out better. All that being said, the paper quality was exceptional...it's much more substantial than a typical business card.

Here's a discount code in case you want to get your Moo on. They arrived within 5 days of my ordering them.


My nieces were over this weekend and they loved them. They're already dreaming of making their own...which leads to lots of thoughts about how to use them...

16 comments:

gracie said...

What a great idea...thank you for the info...

Shirlee Fassell said...

Thanks Susan... I don't think you sleep you are always thinking. I ordered my moo and hope they will be here by the Adventure!!
XO

Carol said...

I suggested Moo to Laurie when she was back to cutting hair between factory jobs. They did a great job and were easy to work with. Yours look great.

I bet those girls WERE excited to start designing their own. I have a nice collection from friends and venders. They are fun to collect.

verobirdie said...

I can feel your excitement from here :-)
Anyway, that is a great ideas to have your moo printed on time. They look fabulous.

The Blissful Banter of a Creative Crafter said...

What a cool idea!

Front Range Stitcher said...

Moochas gracias for another wonderful idea!

Marty52 said...

Very cool... time is growing short!

Vicky~ stichr ~ said...

Fun! Thanks for the tips on what to use for printing up.

Elmsley Rose said...

oooooo.... I want moo cards! :-)

Anna said...

I've seen the Moo cards before, but seeing your gems .... well, now I'm really tempted. They turned out gorgeous!

vicki said...

I had never seen a moo card before and I LOVE these - of course now I want some too! What a great idea and I think yours are fabulous - love the colors and designs. Great idea - thanks for sharing!!

Vicki

Createology said...

Your Moo cards look wonderful. Great idea to have calling cards to share with people. Happy week ahead...

Pat Winter said...

Yeah! Another MOO card addict. Your cards are wonderful.I love them and you can make the cutest crazy quilted carrying case by covering one of those thin gum tins found at most checkouts and Starbucks.
Welcome to MOO world.
Smiles,
Pat

Sheila said...

These are so amazingly cute! Susan, I just love your photography. It's like going to the candy shop without any guilt. Big time eye candy! Tee Hee! Have fun with all your prep work. :)

Elizabeth said...

Love your Moo's especailly the bunnie and the Queen Moo!!! I need some new business cards and perhaps I will take advantaqe of your sharing the code!!! I love how Moo does things! these will be terrific to sneak inot your flower swaps at the Adventure!!

Liberty said...

I love your blog ... and i love your Moo card.

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