Wednesday, September 17, 2008

My Blog Can Moo, Can You?

Fellow Etsian and blog banner designer, Erin of Swiekysiggies, designed these amazing Moo mini cards for my public blogs. There is no denying the sleek sophistication of Moo cards, they're surefire conversation starters.

Before my blogs, I included Pretty in Peace cards with my shipped orders and to display my on-the-go design portfolio. By dividing them by seasons and adding them to mini accordion albums I'm able to carry my designs with me wherever I go. Now, I just need to leave the house.

I'm excited to see if the inclusion of The Buzz cards drives increased traffic to the Indie art, music and film reviews featured on the site.

I've spaced the features to bi-weekly because I'm just not getting the interviews back in time to edit and publish weekly. If any of you are interested in being featured or have someone you think might be interested, please leave a comment with your/their contact info. Now is, as fine a time as any, you'll/they'll get in on my Moo card experiment and some extra promotion just for answering 3 questions! Peace.


A Cuban In London said...

Can you explain to me what a moo card is, please? I've seen it written before on someone's blog and it left me feeling dazed and confused (no, I'm not quoting led Zeppelin, although I love that track).


Greetings from London.

shells said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog! those cards look pretty cool - I hope they work for you!

Jewelry Rockstar said...

How come you don't have an etsy mini up?

fly tie said...

that accordian style portfolio is a lever idea. love that cover.

i had to laugh at the idea of needing to leave the house to hand stuff out. sounds like me.

much like a cuban in london the whole concept of a moo card had me confused. now that i'm familiar with what they are, i think my biggest curiosity os why its called a *moo* card???

check my lates post when you can. i've written about my special book...4 days late of course.

High Desert Diva said...

Your mini album is fantastic!

shiborigirl said...

I just learned about moo cards - yours are beautiful.


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Rosebud Collection said...

What lovely cards..Really very pretty.

Yolanda said...

Those turned out great!

Ms. Bar B: said...

Although I too am a bit unsure what exactly a "Moo Card" is, they are beautiful.

Happy advertising =)

T.Allen-Mercado said...

Moo cards are essentially business/calling cards printed on high quality cardstock with whatever images and text you like. Smaller than the average business card and highly detailed, they add an extra little something! they are located in the UK.

JR-I don't have an Etsy mini on my blog because I try to keep my business and personal lives separate as much as I can. Not displaying my business here allows me to touch topics that might hinder my business. It shouldn't but I'm a dreamer, not a dullard. :)

Paper Girl Productions said...

They look awesome! I must Moo soon!!

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