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Valerie Jo
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Date: 10/23/12 12:32 PM

I need to design my own business cards and was thinking of a Vintage style. I am researching on the internet. I want it to look like a quilt label. I know you all are so creative, has anyone done this before and what helped you figure out the design? It would help if I was a graphic artist but I am not.

Any help would be appreciated! Thanks!
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In reply to Valerie Jo

Date: 10/23/12 12:34 PM

you can get templates from Microsoft at Office templates; even if you didn't like what they have, might give you some design ideas

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Date: 10/23/12 1:19 PM

You could check out VistaPrint

I haven't used their business cards but have gotten some notepads made up.


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Date: 10/23/12 1:38 PM

This is not specifically what you were looking for, but Victorian Trading Co carries a lovely assortment of vintage calling cards.

I agree with the suggestion to check out templates at Microsoft, VistaPrint, OvernightPrints, etc. We were making some cards for DH's website this summer, and we were really surprised by how many different designs are out there! I can't remember the site we went with, but they had their templates organized by "theme" or type of business (so tons of floral designs for florists, etc). I bet what you're looking for--or something close!--is out there!

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In reply to Valerie Jo

Date: 10/23/12 1:38 PM

zazzle.com has a large variety. I haven't ordered from them, but have heard good things from a friend.

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