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Old 04-08-2009, 02:06
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Default Your own bowcards

I was reading some threads about people who wanted to know how to make or print their own cards and thought I would put in my 2 cents. I stumbled upon this by accident. I had bought some blank business cards to print up in a pinch when I had run out of my "good" ones. They were by Avery. I went to the website Office Supplies - Office Products | Avery where they offer pre- made templates and saw that they also offered an oversized postcard template (6"x4" I think) and got an idea. I went out and bought some heavy cardstock and a paper trimmer (like used for scrapbooking). I picked a cute pre-made template input my information. I cut them out then used a razor cutter to put a slit in the middle for the clippies or a hole punch to place a french clip and then put the hole in the top to hang them. Voila-bowcards!! I have since moved to ones being printed for me once my business took off a bit, but for just starting out it worked great.
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Old 04-08-2009, 02:16
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Default Re: Your own bowcards

Great advice! I've used Avery products before and I really like them.
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