Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Calling Cards

Sometimes A lot of the time I will get into conversations with people about my blog (it's hard not to when you have friends and family like mine who love publicizing for me :) Quiet Like Horses isn't the easiest thing for people to remember, so I decided to have calling cards made up for people interested in visiting. My talented friend Phuong designed these for me -- aren't they adorable? My favorite part is how the leaf design is reversed out on the other side.


Maybe it's just me, but I think a pretty calling card can make quite an impact and help people remember you. Case in point: my friends Sue and Thai recently went on a trip to the East Coast (I was jealous) and brought me back a couple of unique cards from two Brooklyn businesses (I've never been, but Brooklyn seems so cool). They're the top two -- the oversized one from domestic construction and the one that reminds me of a rucksack from nydesignroom. The bright red one is from a tiny bar my friends and I discovered on a fantastic, insane 3-day trip to London a few years ago. I keep it out on my dresser because it reminds me of all the craziness and fun of that trip which is a nice way to start the morning.

p.s. Quiet Like Horses is now on Facebook at Facebook.com/QuietLikeHorses! Come on over -- join the party! :D

13 comments:

Closet Fashionista said...

Gorgeous! I really need to design myself a business card...maybe this weekend XD
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Laura said...

Love those cards! You are such an inspiration :)

Sobrina Tung said...

aww, you guys are so sweet. Your comments seriously make my day :) Thank you!!

Michele said...

What a great idea for a calling card! Your friend did a great job and it really does express the creative, but neatness of your blog! Love it. :)

jfertran said...

Those are lovely!
You'll have to save me one :)

Smiling is Good for your Teeth said...

Love the business cards! They are very unique!

Breenuh said...

So pretty!

Anonymous said...

interesting, thanks

kat said...

Cute! I'm looking into opening a small shop on Etsy for some felt desserts I'm making (sounds crazy, but true!). Where are you getting your cards made? Are they from Moo, by chance (http://us.moo.com/)?

Sobrina Tung said...

Kat, my friend designed them and I got them printed at a local copy craft!

OccasionalSugar said...

Those cards are beautiful! Phuong rocks. She did mine too :)

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