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10 Cute and Creative Business Cards

I’ve just finished redesigning my business cards (hopefully they’ll be ready in time for the upcoming Alt Summit), so I had been looking at other cards for inspiration. Here are 10 cards ranging from DIY to expertly letterpressed to give you a little inspiration of your own…

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  • Creature Comforts 1 of 10
    Creature Comforts
    These DIY business cards feature a hand-painted feather with pen detailing.
    see them at Creature Comforts
  • Oh, Hello Friend 2 of 10
    Oh, Hello Friend
    More sweet DIY business cards, this time done with stamps.
    see them at Oh, Hello Friend
  • 100 Layer Cake 3 of 10
    100 Layer Cake
    The business cards for 100 Layer Cake feature blind embossing, letterpress, die-cut edges, and watercolor details.
    see them at Parcel Post
  • Butter Label 4 of 10
    Butter Label
    Clever cards for Butter Label.
    see them at Card Observer
  • Mint 5 of 10
    Mint
    It's amazing how cute a little washi tape and some string can look!
    see them at Mint
  • Aubrey Trinnaman 6 of 10
    Aubrey Trinnaman
    Letterpress and watercolor cards, designed for Aubrey Trinnaman.
    see them at Oh Happy Day
  • What I Wore 7 of 10
    What I Wore
    Moving forward with a QR code to contain all her info.
    see them at What I Wore
  • Impact Salon 8 of 10
    Impact Salon
    Brilliant sleeves for Impact Salon feature silhouettes that get hairdos courtesy of the cards inside.
    see them at Creative Suitcase
  • Oh Happy Day 9 of 10
    Oh Happy Day
    Letterpressed chipboard with hand-painted fluorescent edges.
    see them at Oh Happy Day
  • Morgan Dillard 10 of 10
    Morgan Dillard
    Oh that all librarians could have business cards this stylish!
    see them at Babel Design

• Nicole Balch is the founder of Making it Lovely, a blog about living a stylish life and transforming the so-so. Follow her on Twitter and Facebook.

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