Fun Ideas to Make Your Business Cards Stand Out

May 22nd, 2012
Posted by: carithompson

One of the most important things on your conference packing list: Business Cards. This is the one takeaway you can give to all your new contacts. As you prepare for a fantastic evo conference experience, make sure your business card contains all necessary information and that it sets you apart from all other conference attendees. Here are some fun tips to make your business cards stand out:

Must-Haves on Your Business Card

  1. Name
  2. Blog Name
  3. Job title
  4. Tagline
  5. Profile picture
  6. Web page address
  7. Your social networks
  8. E-mail
  9. Phone number
Nowadays there are many printing companies that will allow you to print your cards in different shapes and textures. These are fun and make your business cards really stand out. Check out some of these great ideas!

Funky shaped business cards made by Coleen’s Creations

Mix tape card by Moo cards

Packaged business card

Ticket business card

USB business card

Cookie business card

Striped business cards

Duo business cards

Aren’t these fun? It’s definitely worth spending a few extra bucks on your cards, since that is the only thing people will walk away with. Make sure your business cards represent your brand and what your business stands for. These are just a few ideas to help get you started. The key thing to remember is to make your business card unique, so they will stand out!


Jamielyn Nye is the founder and managing editor of I Heart Nap Time is a creative site sharing DIY home projects on a budget, crafts, sewing tutorials, easy recipes, tips and techniques. Connect with her on facebook or twitter.

One Response to “Fun Ideas to Make Your Business Cards Stand Out”

  1. Regina | June 7, 2012 at 8:28 pm

    All these ideas are fabulous! I’ll have to look into the USB card — what a great way to carry your portfolio of work around.

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