Update: I totally forgot to point out my ‘title’ under my name on these cards! I have a new blogging friend, Breida with a b. who I’ve featured before. In one of our first comment conversations she mentioned she really wanted to be ‘one who sews’. I loved the term and told her I might use it for my title instead of ‘seamstress’. She thought I should do it. My husband liked the idea too so there it is. Smack dab in the middle of every single business card 🙂
I am jumping-up-and-down excited about them! I took just a few pics of them, had fun editing them, and now you get to enjoy them too! If you grow bored I will try not to be offended 🙂 I could gaze at these all day long. I will try to understand if you don’t share that sentiment 😉 heehee
Here’s a fun shot – my daughter might think using the piano as a prop is silly but I like it.
Vintage bottle and fan make nice props for the lovely little card 😉
Business Card was created by Reni of Bliss and Tell. I won a giveaway for the design and printing of these and I am still so thrilled that I won. Especially since I was already looking at Reni’s designs and planning to use her branding company for my designs when the time came. The time came much more quickly than I expected in the form of actually winning this giveaway! The giveaway was over on Miss Mustard Seed’s blog and she is a big blogger and gets lots of comments on her giveaway. Like hundreds. I still can’t believe I actually won! It was the incentive I needed to get in gear and step things up a notch. Reni also created my new Etsy banner.
If you are in need of a great designer for your company’s branding I highly recommend Reni. She is so sweet, great to work with and fast. You can view more of her designs here. Poke around her site and blog for awhile and see all the great stuff she has done and is working on.
A photo shoot of my new business cards just wouldn’t be complete without using my favorite crown. You can read more about my fascination with crowns here.
And since it’s a business that revolves around sewing I had to tuck it in with something that had to do with sewing! This vintage button card from Kara was just the perfect thing. A million thanks to Reni for the great job she did. I WILL be buying some other stuff from her in the future – some thank you cards… perhaps a rubber stamp or two… she will do all sorts of cool stuff to make the little details of your business just delightful.
So tell me what you think? Didn’t she do a great job? Can you tell we used my blog as our inspiration?