A Moo Mini with a Huge Smile….and a little saving too.

My Mini Moo cards are here, well the first order of them any-way! I have more goodies to come. What? Well I’m glad you asked, Mini Moo cards are business cards that are half the size of regular business cards. They are called Moo Cards because the company that makes them is called Moo.

They are a fun, whimsical printing company that in my opinion far out shines the other on line printing companies I have tried. Believe me, after working 6 years in sales, production and office management in our local small printing company I have seen just a few business cards and have dealt with a few (most) of the other online companies. I can tell you off the top of my head the troubles with each of them.

Their prices are very competitive; their quality far surpasses many I have tried. The stock (paper choices) are few but the best of the best for colored printing. These cards are THICK, have a nice matt finish and the quality full color printing shows.

Moo has made the design and set up of your projects so EASY any one can do it and if you get stuck there is plenty of help available.

I love the sturdy fun packaging, I never thought there would be a fun way to box and package business cards, again I have seen a lot!, but Moo has done it. The box is sturdy enough for me (not the most delicate of people at times) to carry around in my back pack (this farm girl doesn’t carry a sissy pocket book). It came with these fun dividers that made me smile because when I opened the box and got to hold one of my new cards I thought neat mini trading cards, well that would be easy to do and use the box as a storage for all the other mini cards I collect. Not that I have any from anyone else yet but hope to.

Their packaging is made from recycled paper pulp and can again be recycled… and I very sure when my box is empty I have another use for it, it’s very sturdy and will last a long time. The paper for the Mini Moo card is sourced from sustainable forests, this makes me happy and although the company is based in England they are printed HERE IN THE USA, Rhode Island actually. These things make me happy and fit in well with our business and life style practices.

These Mini Moo cards are part of a promotion Moo is having with Etsy. The offer is 100 Mini Moo cards, you can have up to 100 different images/text for the front and the back sides will all be the same. Some reviews I read complained that there has to be the Etsy logo on the front side, but I just LOVE it and hope they continue to offer it after the promotion ends. The first 100 cards are free all you have to do is pay the shipping and I think it was around $5.00.

Moo is also currently running a Facebook promotion in where they will use your profile picture on the front side of a business card, the offer is for free printing and you pay the shipping. They also offer a promotion for 50 regular sized business cards with the Etsy logo on them, again you pay the shipping.

They have on their web site a wonderful gallery of ideas and inspiration, you should check it out. If you would like to purchase additional purchases while you are there or need to place an order for an item you have already designed and saved here is a discount code for 10% off your order. Save the code because you can use it again.

http://www.moo.com/share/njhcng

I ordered these not as a business card but as a thank you to our customers; they are going to make the best book marks. I wanted to share with our customers a tiny glimpse of our farm life and how wonderful simple living should and could be. The images are from around the farm and the back side has a bid of inspiration on them…. I am waiting for some new glassine bags to arrive and my order of Moo Labels. So if you are ordering from our Farm Store soon keep your eye out for yours…

Also for you here is a coupon code to our Etsy Farm Store for 20% off your order. Again save the code because it will work more than once. The code is SpringPlanting.

Feel free to share either or both of these savings codes.

Now it’s time for me to stop talking about cows and spend a little time with our horses, if I could only get them to help me pull down cob webs… They have gotten good at eating the loose hay off the floor and saves me a bit of sweeping. 🙂

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Posted on May 30, 2012, in Crafts, For Fun, Lizzy Lane Farm Bonanicals. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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