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  • Getting your name on the back...

    I was just wondering how the majority of cardmakers here go about getting their info on the backs of their cards?

    Do you stamp it? Label it? Or simply don't?
    ~Vikki~

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    I used to handwrite the details on the back but it didn't look very professional so I now print labels off on my computer and stick those on. I also include a piece of paper with my details on just in case the person who bought the card wants to keep my details too!
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    • #3
      The little leaflet thing is a good idea swirly!

      Has anyone seen those flexi fridge magnets you can have printed. I was wondering if one of those with any bulk orders would be a nice touch, people like me alway stick fridge magnets on!
      ~Vikki~

      Soggy Cornflakes ~ Kids don't have instructions!
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      • #4
        Might be a good idea to try - vista print do some I think.
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        • #5
          I produced my own monogram with my initials and write that on the back along with the year. I do this on all my work, whether I quill pictures or cards...
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          • #6
            I Use the Puter...

            I've never bought card blanks. I used to get those boxes of paper from the shops, where you fill the box yourself, and cram the box as full as I could!

            Then I would use my Creatacard pc program to print borders, or just the back. I saved the template for the back so that I could change the font, or add a little picture or my own logo to suit each type of card. The only cards I make now have an applique picture attached to the front, my own logo and copyright etc on the back, and a matching insert inside.

            Also, it's great for printing out the paper inserts to go inside. Printing your own gives you a much wider variety of 'blanks' and it looks very professional to have all your details printed on the back.

            Jules
            Apple Tree Crafts
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