for tattooed people, and those who want to be

Get carded!


A few days ago I wrote about how I decided that getting business cards for this place would be a good idea (and according to MOO, they should be arriving in the mail any day now). I’d like to encourage others to get business cards of their own.

I’ve got a special offer for my readers., which has a great selection of designs, will give 500 free cards to three lucky people. And this is really free, if you live in the USA or Canada–alas, they can’t ship free outside those areas. If you live somewhere else, the cards themselves will still be 100% free, you’ll just have to cover the shipping cost.

Want to take advantage of this? Just post a reply telling us why you think having your own business cards would be a good idea. On Saturday I will pick three posts at random and those three people will get free cards of their choice. And thanks to for their generous offer!

I hope you'll submit my posts to your favorite social media sites. Just don't "submit" them to your own site pretending to be yours. Thanks!

Author: infmom

I got my first tattoo when I was 46. I hope the people who read this blog don't have to wait that long. I love talking about body art.


  1. I think business cards are great for ANYBODY to have. Especially if one hearkens back to ye olde calling cards. They don’t necessarily have to promote one’s business, but rather are a convenient way of listing contact information that you can hand out to friends and acquaintances. Scribbled notes can get lost or accidentally discarded, and sometimes handwriting isn’t always as legible as a crisp, printed font. Designing the card can be an expression of your personal taste and style, which can make an impression on the recipient.

    • I made some business cards for my website a while back, but apparently when I “upgraded” to XP I lost not only the original program but all my templates as well. DUH! I think it’d be safer to have them professionally done. 🙂

      • Ahhh. For now, I’ve been going through Overnight Prints. They’re fairly reasonable, do double-sided cards, offer free glossy coating, and repeating an order is SUPER easy. They’ve got downloadable templates, which I use whenever I redesign my business cards. :]

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