Well promoted throughout the Etsy community, Moo.com is and online printer of business cards, postcards, and greeting cards. The thing that makes moo so different and appealing to me is that they give you the option of using up to fifty different images on your cards. This feature sold me. How great to be able to show people with each card a new image of my artwork. As a testament to the appeal of multiple images, one time I put out a stack of my mini-cards at a show opening and had couple ladies zone in on them. They went through the entire stack and chose a handful each of their favorite pieces. I didn't expect that to happen! Needless to say, I went home with a lot less mini-cards.
The second appealing feature to Moo.com is their easy photo load up and edit features. I was well guided through the creation process and the loading speed was quite fast. As well, when I got my cards they were exactly as I had previewed them on the screen. I don't think I even had to wait the four weeks they said it might take for delivery.
I use my mini-cards whenever I ship and item and I make sure to keep some handy in my purse for when the need arises. As an extra bonus, Moo also sends out a monthly newsletter about promos and unique ways in which their customers have used their products. Always filled with great links, the newsletter is a nice read. My favorite idea so far has come from Etsy seller Fashion Fushia who turns her mono cards into magnets. What a fantastic idea! I , of course, had to try it out and created a couple with my cards. While not the strongest or most durable magnet, they make for great thank-you gifts for buyers and perhaps for stocking stuffers.
For those of you thinking you might like to get into the Moo.com craze, I'm posting my referral code for you to get free standard shipping on purchases of a minimum of $20. This code is good until the end of the month (31st) so you have to hurry. So snazz up that business card and show off your products with each one you hand out.