Wednesday

Thank You Cards


During our travels I take a lot of pictures. They just sit, lonely on my computer and have been begging to be shared. After looking through them I decided to create some moo postcards and include them as thank you gifts to my customers.

Have you ever used Moo to create business cards?  Well if not, let me tell you they are the best thing since birthday cake (and you thought I would say sliced bread...)

For one price you can get quantities that included being able to print a different photo on each and every card.  This is what I did with my postcards.  I received them the other day and now I wish I had printed two of each card, so that I could keep one for myself....I love them!


They are post card size and would fit nicely in a small frame.  The quality is excellent and even though I'm a bit biased the pictures are beautiful. They would look lovely in almost any setting.


I'm going to get some others printed for another idea and I'll let you know how that works out.


10 reviews:

RhettDidntGiveADamn said...

Rose I have heard great things about Moo! Rhonda uses them for her buisness cards. What a lovely idea to include post cards with your orders. I know your customers will love them. ;)

Dennice {Fringe} said...

That is a super fantastic idea, Rose! You're so smart.

Those are all great photos, but my favorite is the last one. I'm all about 'abandoned'. :)

xo

samsstuff said...

I love my MOO cards, the quality is amazing! This is another great idea & it sounds like the postcards have the same amazing quality. Thank you for sharing the idea!

Cindy Garber Iverson said...

Wow! That's an awesome idea!!!! Oh no, you've got the wheels turning in my brain. That's always a dangerous thing. *wink*

Cindy at Rosehaven Cottage

Waterrose said...

Rhett, yes they make great business cards. I have the smaller and larger version and I prefer the larger. The smaller are interesting, but it is hard for people to actually read them.

Waterrose said...

Dennice...I have quite a few "abandoned" pictures and love them all. What is really interesting about this building is that tesla was housed here

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ames_Hydroelectric_Generating_Plant

Waterrose said...

Sam...you're welcome

Cindy....I'm not sure the wheels ever stop for creative people, which is sometimes a curse...lol

l'actrice said...

Wow! What a great idea:-)

Waterrose said...

l'actrice... just be careful...you may want to keep them for yourself! lol

gaby@stilelemente said...

Great photos and great idea!

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