freebies . calling cards

February 22, 2011 separator Free Printable

This month’s printable is a versatile one, folks! Lindsay gave me the original idea for calling cards. Which is what I used them for, as you can see in my example. However, please feel free to let your creativity run wild. 

download here!

The steps are easy: 
  1. Add your text using software like Photoshop, GIMP, Photoscape, or online software at Picnik.
  2. Print your image on a regular 8.5×11 in. sheet of cardstock [or any paper that is a little heavier than copier paper].
  3. Cut along the gray lines.
  4. Voila! Hand those puppies out to anyone and everyone. 


Suggestions for use: 

Place cards, thank-you notes, book plates, gift tags, bookmarks, etc. 

If I had a young child, I would use these to jump start her spirit of entrepreneurship [you can never start too early, right? ; ) ]. Plus, what child wouldn’t love her own business cards?

credit: Pugly Pixel for the graph paper, matilde at dafont.com
P.S. from Lindsay: See those cute little designs on the calling card? Katie has made them available as free resource on The Common Jar, her new design blog!!!

Katie is the over-analytical mind and creative spirit behind Lemon Jitters. She loves Salt & Vinegar chips, vintage discoveries of all sorts, infusing imagination into life, and Black Tie Chocolate Mousse Cake. She enjoys bringing Shrimp readers a computer desktop background every month and a potpourri of digital art bits twice a month.

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