I can’t believe August is actually here, and tomorrow I fly to Atlanta for the Haven Conference! I’m so excited to meet favorite bloggers from all over, and speak about the greatness of #SocialMedia. (You like what I did there?) Not to mention, pick up some great new design, photography and DIY skills!
I’ve been blogging for over three years (wha?!) and never felt the need for business cards, since I don’t consider my creative space (i.e. this blog) a business. But the essence of conferences is to meet others, and swap information so you can further the relationship…thus, my need for ‘business’ cards.
The adorable Pam of Pixelimpress created them for me…and I could not be happier. Of course I can never leave well-enough alone, so I had to Liberace them up a bit. You aren’t surprised though, are you?
Align the card’s edges, and hold them firmly together (you don’t want any gaps or slippage). Prep the pen on a separate sheet of paper so the paint flows freely, then color the edges. Use even strokes that follow the lines of the cards, and you’ll get a smooth finish with very little bleeding.
None of the other methods had the true gild and shine of the gold leaf pen. Puuuuuuuurty!
Remember I asked ya’ll to vote for your favorite card design? It seems none of us could choose just one, so I went with two. I wanted the cards to look and feel like my blog, and I think Pam nailed it!
She even made the Social Media tags look like paint strokes! Genius!
Do you have a card? Why yes, I do!
There’s still paint left in the pen, so something else is bound to be gilded soon! Are you gold-crazed, too? Don’t you just love my Pixelimpress cards?!