Printable calling cards | How About Orange

April 08, 2009

Printable calling cards

Cameron Blazer of Cottage Industrialist has generously designed free, patterned "calling cards" you can customize and print. Add your contact information, keep some in your bag, and pull them out at the perfect moment. They're even designed to fit on Avery's standard perforated business card stock. Click here to get the PDF.

29 comments:

Grandma G said...

Those are very cool! Might even be kinda handy for me to have a few for our Etsy shop. Too bad they don't have your designs on them. ;-)

Mum

Ashlee said...

These are awesome!!!! Thanks for sharing them. Your mom is so cute. She wants YOUR designs on them.

Jess said...

Uh, yeah, Mum, I guess if that's what you're going to use them for, they should be my patterns since that's what I sell. You're so funny for posting this comment right here instead of emailing me! :)

You're supposed to say how awesome Cameron's designs are! Cameron, if you're going to read these comments, I just want to say I think your designs are so lovely and fun and I'm delighted with your work. This PDF is awesome.

act22 said...

Thanks! I was at a networking event last month and the graphic designer I was talking with told me I needed better business cards. These are perfect!

Grandma G said...

Hey, I 'did' say they were "very cool".

And now I get the comments in my inbox instead of having to come here to read them. ;-)

We can work out the rest of this later. I have a lunch date.

Byeeeeeeeeeeeee! ;-)

Cameron Blazer said...

Thanks so much for your nice compliments, all! And thanks for posting, Jess!

Em said...

Ooooh - pretty! I do need something like this sometimes... instead of scribbling my name and number down on a scrap sheet of paper all the time!

Anonymous said...

Beeautiful. And what a good idea to take to the playground to meet the neighbourhood families. Thanks for sharing! -Angela N.

The Pitter Patter Boutique said...

Saw this and thought you might like...

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Michelle said...

These are so cool. Thanks Jessica - i just LOVE visiting your blog you always have such fab stuff. M

Tracey said...

How fun is that! I was thinking my cards needed a lift- and here it is!

Chi Designs said...

Great link! I have trying to design my own - but this looks much easier. :)

Melissa at perry jayne clothesline and accessories said...

Thank you for these cute cards. Wish I could get them to work for me. I'm using a different brand of business card- cardstock and it got all wonky. I'll have to try it again when I have plain cardstock or the Avery kind.

lavachickie said...

I love calling cards! Everyone should have some; connecting with people in the "real world" is something we could always use more of!

Amy @ Living Locurto said...

So pretty! I love these. Thanks Cameron!

bakingblonde said...

I love those patterns, what a great idea!

Shannon said...

Way cool:) Thank you for sharing.

Laurie said...

Thank you Cameron -- and Jess!

Cicada Studio said...

Yay, Cameron! Very pretty and fun.

Kristina said...

When my girls were young I made some child-themed ones which they carried in their backpacks and I carried with me with *their* contact info...and their *my* name. Particularly useful at the end of the school year when they want to give out their name and phone number to a bunch of classmates so they can set up summer playdates. :)

Leanne said...

I love these. I've been feeling conflicted about carrying a calling card and wanted to get some other opinions. I'm recently out of college and don't yet have a real "career" title to speak of, so it feels odd to have my own card. But it would be nice to have all of my contact information in one place for social purposes. I'd be interested to see what others think - does it seem silly for a 23 year old non-professional to have a card?

Ashley said...

Thanks for sharing these!

--Leann-- said...

http://www.storeandstyle.com/quick+tips/easter+crafts

did you see these?

Lisa said...

Great tip tnx for sharing

Patty said...

Thank you! I used these as cards to tie onto care packages. Each design is so spunky! My friends complimented on them so much!

Me and My Pink Mixer said...

Thank you so much!! I need these when friends ask for my blog address. Love the designs too :)

Anonymous said...

Thanks so much for generously sharing such beautiful creations! Thanks for making my day more pretty :-)

Chelle! said...

How do you create a two line quote?

Jessica Jones said...

Hi Chelle,
I haven't used these myself, so not sure how the file is set up. Have you tried hitting return to break your text into two lines?

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