Personal Calling Cards

Personal calling cards are so much more than businessy-business cards and I have a post running over at SC Johnson’s Family Economics HERE to tell you why. I did a bit of digging around to get you started with some of my favorite online picks:

Rifle Paper Co.

Sara + Abraham

Ruby Press

Go Go Snap

Dingbat Press

How About Orange

Red Stamp

Winged Wheel Stationery

Fabulous Stationery

Rock Paper Scissors

Almost Sunday Designs

Disclosure: I am a paid blogger for SC Johnson

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13 Responses to Personal Calling Cards

  1. #2 - Chloe says:

    these are so sweet! =) I’ve just bought myself some moo mini cards for my shop.. but you could easily design cute calling cards like these =)

    Love the ones you found! Especially ‘Charlie’s Mom’ (^_^) x

  2. #3 - Tea Potty says:

    Thanks for the inspiration! I’ve moved around so much over the last few years that I started relying on these cards — I could never remember my lastest contact info without them!

  3. #4 - Rebekah says:

    Oh boy. I *need* these!

  4. #5 - Sherry says:

    Anita Cardnow!

    Too Cute!

  5. #6 - Angela says:

    Great idea! I’d like some and it’s a wonderful gift idea for my daughters-in-law.

  6. #7 - Nettie says:

    Oh my, makes my businessey cards look, well, businessey…and I’m ready for a change! Thank you for showcasing so many options… now, where to begin?

  7. #9 - Keke Baxter says:

    That is soooo fantastic!! Love your calling card pics! I’m a huge believer in these. I also think in these hard economic times that if you took one to a job interview and handed it to the hiring mgr with your linen paper resume you’d go to the top of the pile. Love your site! Thanks for sharing!

    Keke

  8. #10 - Keke Baxter says:

    P.S. I forgot to ask if you would mind if I posted about you on my blog?

    Thanks,
    Keke

  9. These are wonderful! I love them.

  10. #12 - Lois says:

    My husbands aunt who just turned 86 has personnal calling cards and she loves them. I think I will do some up for my mom who is 82.
    And I just might do some for myself as well.
    Your designs are just lovely.
    Thank you for sharing.

  11. #13 - Lauren Rauter says:

    Thanks for featuring our calling cards on your post! They sure do come in handy :)