By now, you are certainly familiar with the Moo minicards, and have probably heard about the newly released Moo stickers... little prints of goodness made from your personal selection of your Flickr photos. They are (relatively) inexpensive for such small print runs, fun sizes, and quite nice on print quality. But, have you seen the new Moo note cards yet? Somehow, these slipped past me when they were first released. I found them a few weeks ago, and ordered a test set.
They just arrived, and I have to say, they are my favorite Moo product yet. While quite a bit more expensive than the other goodies ($24.99 for 16), these cards are great little mailable pieces for those needing to stay in touch with friends or even potential clients. Like all Moo products, each card can be of a different image. The cool thing about the note cards though is that they have quite a novel size and shape. The image itself is a small square (100mm x 100mm), with a little flap that lets them easily sit up for display. It's the kind of thing that people look at and go, "Hey, neat!"
There's plenty of room on the back for a little handwritten note, or you can have up to six lines pre-printed. Just like the MiniCards, you can also put all your contact info and icon at the bottom, back of each card.
I certainly won't be ordering these for any mass mailings, but for follow-up notes and thank yous, these fit the bill beautifully.
(In case you were wondering, I am an Amazon affiliate, and purchases from links in this post to Amazon may earn me a nickel or two... so thanks!). blog comments powered by Disqus
Lara Ferroni is a former tech geek turned food geek who spends her days exploring the food culture of the Pacific Northwest. As a food writer and photographer, you might spy her learning to make kim chee in the back rooms of a local church, foraging for wild berries, or snapping away in the some of the Seattle and Portland's finest kitchens. You can find her work in publications such as Epicurious.com, Gourmet.com, Edible Communities (Seattle, San Francisco), Seattle Magazine, Seattle Metropolitan as well as numerous cookbooks, including Doughnuts: Simple and Delicious Recipes to Make at Home.