Wood Business Cards.


As soon as I finalized my Alt Summit plans, I knew I needed some business cards. My blog design has changed since the last time I created cards and this trip deserved something awesome.


I was happy to have the opportunity to work again with Rob from Bullfrog Laserworks. (You may remember Rob created the wood buttons we used on the ticket pouches for Project: craft.) I am so thrilled with the results! After a couple of short Etsy conversations, Rob and I came up with this simple design. Just a few days later I had stacks of handmade wood cards packed in my suitcase.


Passing out these little wooden cards to my Alt friends was a favorite experience from this past weekend. It was like giving them each a little prize for being kind and inspiring me.

31 comments:

  1. wow! super amazing cards :)
    so much more special than the regular cardboard type

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  2. Perfect and just the touch you are known for.

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  3. What a good idea! Your cards look absolutely fantastic. Alt looked like a dream as well....

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  4. these are fantastic! i have to admit, i saw a few people tweeting about your amazing business cards during alt so i felt like i HAD to check out your blog...and i love what i've seen. count me in as a new reader -- and i LOVE these business cards. great work!

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  5. Could they be any cuter?! I seriously love them!

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  6. Very nice! These wooden "cards" have good staying power, as it would be very hard for me to throw it away if I ever received one!

    Can't wait to hear more about Alt!

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  7. they really were the hit at alt.

    so great!

    and, it really was so fun to get to know you better at alt! you are just so talented, and i'm glad we could hang out!

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  8. Finally, the cards I've been hearing so much about! I think I read at least a dozen tweets about how cute your business cards were. And they are adorable!

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  9. You never cease to amaze me with your creativity. I love them!

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  10. Those are unreal. You are too much.

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  11. Marilyn showed us your card last week at the concert...they are even better in person. Love them.

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  12. I absolutely love these. Checking out his shop right now! Can't wait to hear more about ALT. Have been checking for an update religiously...and I saw you in a picture on the ALT Flickr stream. Looked like so much fun!

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  13. So, so perfect! You are so great at making everything you do fit together and be cohesive! If I got that card and then visited your blog I would be so impressed at how well they go together. Great job!

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  14. they were even better in person.

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  15. These were my favorite business card of the weekend. So great meeting you, Danyelle.

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  16. These might be the coolest business cards I've ever seen! And I've seen/designed a lot. :) Well done!

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  17. These are seriously so cool! You have the greatest ideas!

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  18. The most amazing business cards EVER!

    I love the "staying power" comment. So true. Who would ever throw one of those away?

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  19. oh my gosh!! (don't tell my boys i said that...it's against the rules here.) but, OH MY GOODNESS GRACIOUS! those are completely the most awesome calling cards i have ever seen. rob does some amazing work & your design is so perfect. someday, when i order from you again, may i please have one? just to say that i knew you when?!!

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  20. It was ni to meet you at alt! Your cards are amazing. I keep showing everyone I can & they are equally impressed.

    - Nicole
    Susan's not so little helper...

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  21. Holy cow, I probably would have died if you handed me a chunk of wooden goodness, with a great design, too!! Such a brilliant idea!

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  22. Wow, those cards are so awesome. It's very unique and creative. Wish I thought of them first.

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  23. Mind blowing stuff right there buddy! I really admire your work on these wooden pile and made them into decent business cards. Epic

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  24. LOVE these.. I'm chatting with Rob now because of this post! Thanks so much for posting this! Love your stuff!

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  25. I would like to know if this can be done in large format printing. It looks so rustic and sophisticated that I want to do something similar to my door label.

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  26. I will try creating my own wood business cards too using my bandsaw blade. How did you write your information on it?

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  27. I would like to have a wooden business card too. Do they produce different sizes that are available in discount printing?

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  28. Amazing and elegantly made business cards! I can feel an authentic vibe with this card and the owner must be really pleased with this.

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  29. Awesome! I love the hardwood look. You totally rock. I wish I could be as talented as you.

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