Friday, 14 September 2012

My New Moo Blogger Cards!!

 

 


How excited am I?!

I finally decided to take the plunge and make myself some blog business cards and I couldn't be happier with the outcome.

First off, I looked around at all the different online business card websites to see which one was the easiest to use, along with being the cheapest. In the end I went with the most expensive but I think that Moo's process of card making, dispatch and delivery is by far superior to anything else I have come across. Yes, you can get dirt cheap cards, but you get what you pay for!

With other sites such as Vistaprint, I had terrible trouble trying to get my images to look right. The image was either too big, too small or out of focus even though I resized them correctly. There was further issues as I couldn't place the image anywhere I wanted on the card and the whole process was very restricting. What I wanted when I set out was a blank canvas to make my card look the way it did in my mind.

I had always favoured Moo cards since I saw Autumn Leaves post on her stunning blogger ones and Seek My Scribbles sent me hers with that gorgeous bird cadge necklace. I wanted mine to look that glossy and professional, so I headed there next.

The site is so simple to use! I had no problems with my images and I could place them where ever I pleased. There were multiple options for fonts and colours and overall the site gave me a happier feel.

An option was offered to purchase 10 free sample cards to try out but I was so confident in this site that I just went straight ahead and ordered them outright. But this is where it gets painful..

The cards are expensive. In fact they are a little bit extortionate in my eyes. I paid around £15 for 50 including delivery. On other sites I could get 250 for as little as £2.99! However, as I said earlier, I really feel that you get what you pay for. With Moo, I received a lovely card holder with filers so I could store other bloggers cards. They were also environmentally friendly as the card holder is recyclable and the cards are made from recycled material - not that you can tell!

Everything down to the customer service was friendly. I received a really cute email from Little Moo saying that my order was successful and my cards were being sent to Big Moo to get printed. Then Little Moo emailed to say that the cards had been dispatched and they arrived the next day!

So yes, they were miles more expensive. But in the end I got what I wanted and I'm really happy. I think the cards look great and I would definitely order from Moo again :) So thanks Moo.com - you made this beauty blogger very happy.

12 comments:

  1. Wowww sounds amazing and a good investment :)

    Sophierosehearts x

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    1. Definitely. They're there if I ever need them :) xxo

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  2. They look so professional, very nice! x

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    1. Aww thanks hun :) I'm very happy with them xxo

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  3. really great.so professional!
    loved the cards,very beautiful.
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  4. I think you made a great choice going with the more expensive option, they look so professional.

    Tsui Chung
    @fashionganache.blogspot.com

    <3

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  5. Wow your blogger cards look gorgeous. I really want to get ones for my blog too, there such a good idea xx

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  6. Love these Moo business cards, you can get them through Facebook for your Facebook Page which is pretty cool and the design process is really neat too :)
    I would think about getting some because yours are wonderful but £15 is a bit steep!!!! Like you say though, you do get what you pay for :)

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    x

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    1. Really? Thats awesome. How much do they charge? Will have to check that out because I didn't know that. Yeah £15 is definitely steep. Not sure why they have to charge so much! Thanks for your comment :) xxo

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