Well, maybe not Avon. But we would be willing to do almost anything (even sell Avon door-to-door) to use our calling cards. Fortunately for us, though, it’s easy to find ways to use them. They can be used as:
- business cards, adding color and personality to the traditionally plain card (a great gift for college grads heading out to the job market)
- social networking cards, for moments when life prevents long conversations or even the jotting down of contact information
- gift tags, but much prettier and more personal than the stickers you can buy at superstores
- brief “thank you” notes, especially for those with neat and tidy handwriting
- unique inserts for luggage tags, making your bags that much easier to identify
- allergen cards, to clearly communicate dietary needs with restaurant staff, friends or even family
- parent cards, to leave contact information with sitters, daycare teachers and schools or exchange numbers with other parents for playdates
- P.S. cards, holding that extra information that just didn’t fit on the main card or invitation
The list goes on and on, really. Their small size makes them easy to tote and store, but they’re big enough to carry your messages. From sassy to professional, classic to contemporary, we have patterns to suit every personality and need. We also offer envelopes for them, so your message and information can be hidden from unintended readers. Calling cards have been making a comeback, a trend recently noted by both Real Simple (May 2009 issue, page 64) and Time Magazine (July 2008). Speaking of Real Simple, our Tahiti Pink Calling Card made it into their calling card spread, thanks to one of our retailers.
How can you resist exchanging information on such colorful cards? Or brightening someone’s day with a cheery, brief note? Or sending a gift with a tag as unique and special as the recipient? We certainly can’t… we love them too much! Check out our calling cards today!
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