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Contact Cards | 627handworks
May 5th, 2013

Contact Cards

by Julie Hirt

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Wheee!  I love how they turned out.

Since I’m not a business, I guess they are contact cards or calling cards.   Whatever they are, they’re kind of fun with the fabric and stitching texture.

I thought of doing this a while back but was stuck on what to call myself.  I didn’t like Quilter or Sewist, and I’m not a Seamstress.  My friend Jonelle helped me brainstorm big time!  I finally settled on Stitcher & Fabric Fanatic.  Although, Fabric Hoarder would be more accurate.

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Since I save fabric scraps like crazy, this is just another way to use a few of those small pieces.  Each card turns out one of a kind.

The card design was simple enough and I just had a local printing company hook me up with a box and round the corners.  The cards aren’t much to look at without the fabric. I’m sure the printer thought I was nuts.

Soon I’ll have matching note cards.  Muahaha!  It’s the little things.

 

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10 Comments to “Contact Cards”

  1. Love your cards! They look great.

  2. A great idea for those tiny scraps you can’t quite seem to let go :)

  3. Brilliant idea! Bravo.

  4. fabulous idea and they look great !

  5. I agree, it’s definitely “the little things”!!! These are fab :) Such a fun idea.

  6. What a truly fabulous idea! Love it!

  7. This is such a fabulous idea! I have ordered mini moo cards before, which are great but require me to have a photo or several photos that I want to use. These, like everyone else has said, just let you use up some of those small scraps that you cant bear to part with.

  8. Those are the most awesome business cards EVER!

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