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Promote Your Crafting With A Bespoke Business Card

If you’ve been inspired by our calling card feature on p.90 to create your own personalised business cards to help bolster your business, why not have a go at one of the inspirational projects below?

  • Promote Your Crafting With A Bespoke Business Card

      Print or use rub-ons to add your details to the bottom right corner of rectangular card, measuring 7cm x 9cm. Wrap a length of pretty twine around it, securing with a bow where the twine crosses.

      Create a card measuring 6cm x 9cm. Add your details, either using a computer to print them out or freehand. Tie a neat knot in a length of pretty ribbon and trim the ends into ‘v’ shapes. Secure to the card with a dab of PVA.

      Print or use rub-ons to add your details to the centre bottom of a rectangular card, measuring 7cm x 8.5cm. Round off the top corners with a pair of scissors or a corner die-cutter. Use another patterned cutter to trim a pretty scalloped edge along the bottom of your card. Wrap a piece of lace around the top, securing with a zig-zag stitch in contrasting thread. Hand sew on a button to finish.

    Promote Your Crafting With A Bespoke Business Card

    If you’ve been inspired by our calling card feature on p.90 to create your own personalised business cards to help bolster your business, why not have a go at one of the inspirational projects below?

      Print or use rub-ons to add your details to the bottom right corner of rectangular card, measuring 7cm x 9cm. Wrap a length of pretty twine around it, securing with a bow where the twine crosses.

      Create a card measuring 6cm x 9cm. Add your details, either using a computer to print them out or freehand. Tie a neat knot in a length of pretty ribbon and trim the ends into ‘v’ shapes. Secure to the card with a dab of PVA.

      Print or use rub-ons to add your details to the centre bottom of a rectangular card, measuring 7cm x 8.5cm. Round off the top corners with a pair of scissors or a corner die-cutter. Use another patterned cutter to trim a pretty scalloped edge along the bottom of your card. Wrap a piece of lace around the top, securing with a zig-zag stitch in contrasting thread. Hand sew on a button to finish.