4.2.10






Moo cards, can't get enough of them. This time we tryed business cards,
even did a few with some of the kids drawings. Matte, eco friendly paper.



Paul + Wendy Projects - Poisonous Berries by Tucker Nichols.

Web design, I like Andreas Pihlström's Grid-A-Licious system.




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33 comments:

Sathya said...

they look great!
I like the idea that you can print many different images in one pack!
oh the kids- version...love it :)

annapernilla said...

så fina kort och teckningar !

trui chielens said...

wo-ow! look wonderful, shoeld give it a try also!

trui chielens said...

should, of course. and now even more!

karin said...

They look super in this combination.

satu said...

nice! i made moo business cards too last summer.

Jenea said...

Hi friend!!! It's very good idea!!! But what you will be doing with this business cards???

nath said...

oh they're great! i made some too last year (same eco type), i can't wait to get some more, and that is a super idea using the children's drawings, so sweet!

sc said...

Looks great! Once you order you get so hooked up to Moo :) I was so happy to find out that ordering to Thailand worked out fine as well. Just recieved a pack of minicards and postcards last week.

Golubka said...

Beautiful!

Graça Brohm said...

Love the female with big hair.

nathalie et cetera said...

love them! i'm sure the printers at Moo were smiling when they saw those.

.naa. said...

so beautiful!!! I like all of them...

fanja said...

what a fun idea for the kids drawings! love them all too x

lili scratchy said...

great cards!!
my favourite is the woman in grey!

caramela said...

I adre my moo cards too! i love the kids drawings on them-what fun!
Annamaria:)

Maria said...

oj vilka fina kort! speciellt det med teckningen på;) sparar moo-länken, kan va bra att ha tack!

o l y said...

those cards look soooooo good !

good good night dear elisabeth

:)

erika said...

They look great!!

wsake said...

thank you for that link to moo - i have to get that free sample they´re announcing at once! such a good idea!
and yours look quite amazing!

James Moes said...

Great idea. Love the illustrations.

Marina said...

Great idea! So charming.

marie said...

so great! love the bled-to-the-edge pictures, and pen ink blue!

at swim-two-birds said...

super!!

Jodi Anderson said...

I echo your sentiments about the eco-friendly MOO cards. I love them.

I like to leave them on random bulletin boards all over the village and when I go to the city.

Kylie said...

So cute! I've been meaning to do these for ages now... must go have another look. Thanks Elisabeth. K

the local said...

great idea...business cards don't have to be so serious.

trinsch said...

is that your kid's drawing - the gray sweater, rose cheeked lady? love it!

Fine Little Day said...

trinsch, the blue ink drawing is Ottos, the pink cheeked lady drawing is mine :)

tabitha said...

wow i love them! moo cards are awesome!

Gali said...

Moo cards! I think it's great that you made some with the kids' drawings. It could be a great gift for grandparents and such.

Paulette said...

Thanks for the link to moo. I'm going to try the sampler pack . . they look so gorgeous.

kristina - no penny for them said...

oh how fabulous! the combo of kids' drawings, handwriting and photos is so clever!