Moo Business Card Review

Having my own business cards is something that I never thought I would have. Yes my blog isn't technically a business, as currently I don't earn any money from it, however business cards are a great tool to use within networking with other businesses. After attending the most recent Norwich Bloggers Event- which you can read all about here- I became inspired by many of the lovely ladies that had their own business cards so I decided I would get home and create my own for my little slice of the World Wide Web. After scouring the internet and looking at a few of the examples I got from the event I finally ended up choosing Moo business cards and started designing my beautiful business cards. Now this is a little disclaimer, I haven't been paid or sponsored to write this post, instead I just wanted to share my experience with you just in case you were on the search for your own business cards. Now if you would like to read more about my experience then carry on reading.
When looking at different sites to order my business cards from I had many questions that I wanted answering. I found that Moo Business cards had a clearly laid out website where you could see the endless selections you could possibly use to create your business cards. I have put together a series of questions that I feel sum up my experience with Moo and hopefully will answer any of your queries before you embark on your journey to your own set of professional cards.

What was the design process like?
I'm no tech wizz, however I can work my way around a computer but in all honesty I feel the design process was as simple as anything. Just a few clicks of the mouse, inputting your details and personalising with your own imagery and you were good to go. The design software was fast and had tons of ways to personalise your cards to make them extra special. I decided to make the most of the option to design as many business card backs as you wanted so I picked four of my favourite images to use across the 100 cards.

How much did they cost you?
In total the cards cost me £23.98 (inc postage), however that was with a 25% discount code which I received through their online newsletter.

How many did you get?
I decided to go for 100 cards in total as they seemed the most cost effective and should last me a little while. They came packaged in two black card boxes with 50 cards in each which is perfect for keeping them crease free.

How long was the postage?
The cards arrived very quickly which I was very impressed with. I placed my order on July 14th and they were dispatched a day later and I received them on the 18th of July.

What is the quality like? 
I went for the cheapest option available from Moo however the quality is far from cheap. The name of the cards on the website is the Original Business Cards and are available in a matte or gloss finish with hundreds of amazing designs to chose from. The cards are very sturdy and feel very professional compared to other budget business cards I've previously looked at.

Does the colour translate well? 
I chose to use a few of my favourite blog post flat lays as the reverse of my business cards. Across all four of the designs the colour pay off is fantastic and the detail in the print is extremely high quality. I can't fault them at all.

So if you are on the hunt for your own set of business cards then honestly, look no further than Moo Business cards. They may be a little more expensive but they at 100% worth it for the quality, delivery and professional feel of the finished product. If there are any questions that I didn't cover feel free to pop them in the comments below and I will get back to you as soon as possible. 

Love Zoe x 

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