Rebrand for the New Year with Tiny Prints

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I have used the same business cards that match my blog for a while. While I do love them, they were more about my blog and other online sites than me. Since I am trying to branch out and do more speaking and consulting work I thought it was time to get some new cards that were about Kris Cain rather than about LittleTechGirl.com. I like my current card, but it’s just not very business like. So, I was looking for a change. When Tiny Prints asked me if I would like to review some cards of course I said yes.

I had some cards from Tiny Prints once before, so I knew they were of great quality. But, this time I used their online design tool to create a card with some photos of myself. I did have a couple of problems with the tool, but I got it all worked out. I think it was just temporary server overload.

Once I got just what I wanted, submitting the job was easy. Shipping was fast and I am SOOO happy with how they turned out. I opted for a folded card. This allowed me to use 2 photos, info, and even a QR code. While the folded cards costs a bit more than the others, they make a great impact.

If you are looking for some awesome new business cards to bring new life to your brand, check out Tiny Prints. These cards will run you around .74 each for 100 cards, but it is totally worth it! Of course there are other options like square business cards, and logo business cards as well. Check out Tiny Prints for more.

Disclosure: These cards were provided to me free of charge by Tiny Prints in exchange for this review. All opinions are my own.

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  • Adkgadgetgirl

    I love these business cards!  Just received a TinyPrints holiday card from a relative in the mail and it is classy, stylish and sophisticated-yet still warm and fuzzy.  Their work is beautiful.  Enjoying your blog!  (From one mama techie to another).

  • http://brothatech.com/ BrothaTech

    Welcome to the QRCode game!

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