+Linda Gardner
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my {crafty} new business cards!

ok, heads up….i am really proud of my new business cards, i won’t lie. they’re pretty sweet. i decided that writing a craft blog meant i needed to have creative business cards. {light bulb} sadly, my previous cards were atrocious. generic. boring……. and so not me!! {i’ll save you from the horror of my old business cards} so are you ready? can you handle it?
creative business cards
now before you say a word, let me walk you through the  coolness of this card…..don’t want ya to overlook a crucial detail or anything…..

1st {cool} factor: you can see a sneak peek of newest blog makeover. {which will make its grand appearance in a week or so}

2nd {cool} factor: i made my very own QR code. AND put it on my card. all by myself. {ok ok, so it was rather easy….} but i love that someone can scan my QR code with a smart phone and be immediately taken to my blog….without having to type in my blog address!! brilliant.

3rd {and most cool} factor: i used strips of selvage {you know, that small strip you always cut off fabric on both sides?}. i’ve been saving my selvage fabric because i just knew i could use it. somehow. i love how the selvage adds that “crafty element” to my cards. AND the beauty of it is, the selvage is already cut into thin strips from when it was cut off the fabric. so it was very easy to add to my cards with a simple, straight stitch.

these fab little cards made their debut at the Sweet Tea Social last saturday.

business cards for a craft blogger
so what do you think? i rather like them…but i’m a bit biased. {and i put some sweat and tears into those thing. haha}

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About Linda@CraftaholicsAnonymous

Hi! I'm Linda, the craft addict behind Craftaholics Anonymous®, a craft blog. Crafting is cheaper than therapy, right? When not crafting, I can be found chasing my 2 small {but very energetic!} boys or playing with my new baby girl. Or shoe shopping... because you can never have too many shoes! Happy crafting! ♥

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  1. 1
    Janet Totty says:


  2. 2
    Jessica says:

    Love it!! How did you get a QR box? So cool.

  3. 3
    Jodi says:

    Those are absolutely darling!!!!!

  4. 4
    Beverly says:

    LOVE IT!!!!

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    Stephanie says:

    Really neat idea! The fabric will really make your business cards stand out from the rest.

    Stephanie @ All Artful.

  6. 6

    Those are the most adorable business cards I have ever seen! How original! Love it!!

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    Michelle says:

    Those are FAB!

  8. 8

    So cute!! I love the extra fabric element. Perfect for a crafty blog! Can I ask where you had the cards made? I’m ready to get some new ones myself and am trying to figure out the best place to get them. Thanks, Linda!

    • 8.1

      hey michele! sorry i’m so slow to respond, but i just bought some high quality cardstock and ran it through my good old ink jet! they were last minute…..and i’m cheap! lol hope you’re doing well!
      happy crafting,

  9. 9
    Caty says:

    LOVE LOVE LOVE!!! I absolutely adore these business cards! Great job, Linda!

  10. 10
    Jessica says:

    LOVE THEM!!!!! Where did you have them printed?

  11. 11
    Sig Tremblay says:

    LOVE them!! Might have to steal your idea on the QR code but how did you do that??

  12. 12
    Karan says:

    Love them and yes these are (sew) you.


  13. 13
    Kara says:

    They are adorable Linda!

  14. 14
    Rachel says:

    fabulous! Did you print them yourself or have them done?

  15. 15
    Jesy says:

    Those are so awesome! Love them and the added touch of fabric is amazing.

  16. 16

    These are SO adorable!! I love the touch of the fabric, definetly makes them super crafty and super cute :)

  17. 17

    Ok, these are…. AWESOME! So cute. I love them!

  18. 18
    Deyla Huss says:

    adorable, so lovely! Thanks for sharing!

  19. 19
    Heather Driggers says:

    I love them!!!!

  20. 20
    Alma says:

    So cool.. love how they stand out and the fabric is a great idea!

  21. 21
    Jill&Eric says:

    Yes, please share, how did you get the QR code???

  22. 22
    Missy says:

    Why are we always on the same page…just yesterday I made some “blog cards”. I’m going to a Best Buy event tomorrow with some DFW Bloggers hosted by the one and only Laurie Turk from Tip Junkie and wanted to pass some out in case I meet some fellow bloggers. Love yours!

  23. 23
    Cari says:


  24. 24
    Jenn says:

    Well now aren’t those the most adorable things ever!

  25. 25
    Tashia D says:

    These are soooo adorable! Great job! The fabric adds the perfect touch!

  26. 26
    Ashley says:

    AMAZING! Absolutely love them.

  27. 27
    Monica says:

    Oh.My.Goodness Linda!!! These are GORGEOUS!! You did an amazing job!

  28. 28
    wendy says:

    These are so so cute, I love the strip of fabric! And the scan code thingy…you are too smart!

    Great Job!

  29. 29

    I love them! I have been thinking about making some for my blog as well. I love the fabric strip. So cute!

  30. 30
    JACQUI says:

    So clever!!! Beautiful cards!!!!

  31. 31

    Love your cards! They are so clever! The QR code is an awesome touch :)

  32. 32
    Mindy says:

    LOVE them! They are very unique:)

  33. 33
    Tasha says:

    I love LOVE them. They are simply FABULOUS! You are so clever. Seriously

  34. 34
    Susan Krauss says:

    They are SOOOO FREAKIN’ CUTE!!! I love the tactile aspect to them! I may have to incorporate something like this for mine! Good job!

  35. 35
    Smallgood says:

    Those kick any generic business cards’ butts. What a cleverly creative card.

  36. 36
    shanice says:

    I love the QR barcode idea.

  37. 37
    Cameron says:

    You are right – these business cards have truly gone to the next level. I believe the term is “gone plaid” – – – and now, I feel I must upgrade my own . . . anyone have a great way to recycle the 400ish I have of my now not-cool-enough version?!??!

  38. 38
    Kari O'Kane says:

    super cute

  39. 39
    Cristina says:

    love it! pretty touch with the fabric!

  40. 40
    MandyK says:

    These are adorable!

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    Cecily says:

    Wow, Linda! They’re great!

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    natalie says:

    i LOVE these cards!!! super cute, and i love the use of the QR code! (also loved the tutorial you did on it, and i just might have to do the same on my cards!) what a great use of fabric scraps too!!

  43. 43
    Shona says:

    Those are so so cute! I LOVE them! What a great idea to use your left over scrap fabric…….brilliant. Thanks for sharing!

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    Helena says:

    Lovely! Love the way you found to upcycle selvages and little fabric bits…cool.
    I print and sew (directly on the card!) my own business cards and make my own cloth labels too, different for each “collection” i make, because i really believe we handmade crafters should actually look handmade from top to bottom , that makes all the difference :)

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    Jaymee says:

    Adore your cards! What program do you use to create (design) and print? I would love to tackle my own!

  46. 46
    Tezzie says:

    Such a fabulous idea.

  47. 47

    I LOVE these cards! You are so creative! What program did you use to make them?

  48. 48
    uakea says:

    hi linda,
    oh my word, I had to gasp when I saw this post of yours. I’ve been enjoying so many of your blog posts and this one has inspired me to really start a dream board. wonderful stuff :) thanks for sharing