Much excitement this morning when the postie finally made it through the snow. Look what arrived – parcels from MOO!
I have been buying my business cards from MOO.com for a long time now. So I was totally delighted, when a very nice chap called Dan got in touch to ask if I’d like to review a couple of MOO products that I haven’t used before. It was one of those times when it is very easy to say yes! He also asked if I’d like to host a giveaway with 3 fabulous prizes… another big YES from me, of course… (read on!)
So, with my own personal MOO voucher I chose to order some postcards and some stickers. When people order from Very Berry Fabrics, I like to enclose a little card giving advice about how to sew with Liberty lawn. Up until now, I’ve been printing these out on blank index cards, so this seemed like the perfect opportunity to try a snazzy, glossy version! I also thought some postcards of my own handmade stuff would be great too – always useful when I make sales from my handmade shop, and for enclosing with swap parcels and the like.
What I really love about ordering business cards from MOO is that their Printfinity technology allows me to load and use different images on my cards – I can have a different image on every card if I wanted. I was dead pleased to discover that this applies to postcards too. Here are my finished designs:
I think they look fab – I am SO pleased with the finish, the colours and the clarity. I was a little bit nervous about how the text on my Very Berry Fabrics cards would turn out – I didn’t want it to look blurred. But these totally pass the fuzzy test.
You can also choose your own reverse layout from the options that MOO provide. I went with this simple, but I hope stylish, layout.
My second product choice was some rectangular stickers. I was hugely tempted to get some more business-related things, but I thought I would share MOO’s generosity around a bit, and decided to treat my sons a little bit. They are both Nintendo obsessed, and their current game of choice is Paper Mario Sticker Star (don’t ask, I have no idea!). Tom drew some pictures of Paper Mario stickers a while back, and I thought they would be fab made into actual stickers. The process was really easy – you just upload your images, make sure they fit on the sticker, and you’re away. And once again you can have as many different designs as you like (hope you can recognise Bowser, Luigi, Mario, Peach and the Shy Guy Mexican Band…).
Cute eh? The boys were completely delighted to see their favourite characters on REAL stickers. Once again, the quality is fantastic – the colours are brilliant, and the stickers are properly sticky. I have had to ration them a bit today, or they would have been stuck over everything! I now have lots of ideas for creating more stickers for their birthdays and Christmas stocking fillers… Thanks MOO!
So now, to the bit you’ve been waiting for…
- There are three brilliant prizes. The Grand prize winner will receive a set of 50 Classic Business card and 20 Postcards (choosing their own designs) and two runners up will receive a set of 50 Classic Business Cards each (again choosing their own designs).
- Just leave a comment to be entered into the draw. As usual, ‘pick me’ will do, but if you want to say something more exciting, tell me who you would have liked pictured on a sticker when you were 9 years old…. For me it was probably Sting (oh dear – but it was his heyday).
- The giveaway is open to anyone, anywhere in the world.
- I will do the draw and and announce the winners on Monday April 1st… So get your comments in before lunchtime on Monday to be in the draw.