Last week I had a networking event to attend—Thursday Therapy—a monthly gathering of wedding professionals for a night of mingling along with yummy food and drinks. I’ve been procrastinating with making business cards because I wanted to design a logo. But I definitely needed to share my info that night. I decided to go with simple DIY business cards using cardstock and eraser stamps.
- Cardstock, printer and paper trimmer or pre-printed business cards
- Pencils with erasers
- Craft knife/scissors
- Ink pad
Print out your information on white cardstock in standard business card size (3.5 x 2 in). Cut the cards to size using a paper trimmer. (You can also use pre-printed business cards if you have them handy.)
For stamping, use the eraser end of a pencil for circle stamps or cut out shapes using a craft knife. (I went with circles and triangles—stars and hearts looked a little too cheesy).
Test out some designs with your stamps and ink pad. Then get a-stamping! Below are a mix of designs I used.
I also stamped my website on the back. Easy peasy and low cost!