A great way to entice customers to return to your business is by handing out loyalty cards. I’ve created several new loyalty cards, all in business card size. This makes it easy for your clients to carry in their wallet!
Unique Business Cards for Architects
Business cards for architects and interior designers: how much creativity is good? How can style attract your targeted customers? And more importantly: will definitely make them remember you? After all, you want to make a reliable impression as customers often have to spend a lot of money and won’t be doing that lightly. A balance may be found in some of the photo template business cards I will show you today. And also: it may work very well to use the trendy dusty or pale blue colors.
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COFFEE BUSINESS CARDS
Coffee business cards are featured today, so good news for coffee shops, traders and café’s looking for opportunities to promote their business and attract new customers.
And did you know that coffee helps to keep people healthy? 🙂
Eye Catching Business Cards for Coffee Shops
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After a long time of muted and faded colors, bold is back! And if you want to promote your business that is good news, as you’ll most certainly get more attention. I’ve created a new series of eye-catching business cards:
This business card will certainly attract attention with it’s red and green design.
The second example shows a more painterly style created with brushes:
And then a checkered design business card in bold colors:
You may also like to check out the collection with bold colored business cards
A new school year is coming up and as a teacher you may like to start with a fresh new business card.
I’ve created several designs for a variety of topics. The first one is for a teacher working in the lower grades, showing a green landscape with a teacher with a chalkboard and apple (yeah, you need to have some classic elements to make your point :-))
The next one is for English as a second language teachers, showing a British flag:
A minimalist style business cards for drummers or teachers of drums or percussion:
And the last one I am featuring here for now is for mathematics teachers, showing a fractal design:
These are just a few examples. You can also check out the entire collection or take a look at previous post about school supplies.
If your business has a predominantly female clientele, you want to create a style that appeals to women. So today I am sharing some thoughts about business card styles. Of course any business card you choose, has to be about you and your business, so you need to stick to your essence. Who are you? What matters to you and your business?
Then who is your client? Are you targeting the top segment of the market, then you may like a more minimalist style that shows chic. Some examples of this:
An elegant silver metallic effect with confetti on a grey blush background.
You want to go for something a little different, but not distracting too much from your core business. A photo of your expertise or your most cherished project may appeal to your customers.
And this is another example of a business card with your own photos:
A subtle geometric background style adds a trendy touch.
Of course you can also start with specific business cards targeted to your profession, like this dietitian business card:
You can see a warm peach orange color here and this is an energizing color scheme. It warms your client to your business.
If you are looking for a more distant approach, like would be more appropriate for a medical professional for instance, you might want to choose a cooler blue:
A creative professional might want to use more colors:
For more inspiration you can check out the webpage with business cards for female professionals, which is also a great source for businesses with a female clientele. You can also find links to several different collections for each profession.
Your own photos add that extra personal touch as you reach out to your customers. I’ve made it easy for you to add custom photos to your business card as I made a whole bunch of new templates. You don’t always have to replace all photos from the templates and although I’ve taken care to add more neutral themed examples, you can of course also add a photo of yourself. That makes it easier for customers or colleagues to remember who they have spoken to, especially when they meet a lot of new people on a trade show. So here are some examples:
The first one has a soft powder or dusty blue design:
Then a coral and peach painted design:
And this simple chalkboard black design just asks for a colorful touch with your own images:
And you are looking for a romantic atmosphere? You may enjoy this chocolate colored lace enhanced design:
For professionals who make appointments with customers, a special business card with space to write down the time and hour of the appointment comes in very handy. Today I am featuring some of the latest designs. This unique health care professional business card is great for a vet:
You can add your own photos on the front and write appointments on the back.
The next one is for a make up artist or beautician and features a bright red lipstick design in a minimalist style:
And the last one I am showing today, is a new gold stylized appointment business card that can be used by any (female) professional:
In the collection you can also find appointment business cards for teachers and other professions.
As promised, I’ve created many new business cards and today I’d like to share some of the new gift cards with you. They are all in regular business card or credit card size, which makes them very easy to safe for your clients. It’s a great way to get your happy customers to pass on the satisfaction with your products or services. To begin with, I’ve made a gift certificate for an Italian business and you’ll love that you can customize just about anything on this card. Add your own photo, choose your own background color and drag, rotate or delete the text background and/or Number One emblem:
The back of the card is white, to make it easy for you to print or write on.
Then a minimalist gift card for a barber shop or hair stylist in sand colors:
The third gift certificate I’d like to feature today is a card with a hot air balloon:
Are you looking for gift certificates for other businesses? Then check out the entire collection.
Do you always keep the same business card and just order more if you run out? Or do you choose a different design once in a while? There is something to say for each of those options. If you keep the same business card, you create continuation and a recognizable brand. However, at times it is good to go for a new style and be refreshing, just like everything else in our world constantly changes …
Anyway, I’m in the process of creating a huge number of new business cards and will share some of them with you today.
I’m starting with a business card for a sweet bakery:
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Then a business card featuring a colorful painting of a water lily, beautiful for a spa or massage salon:
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And this travel inspired business card has space for 8(!) of your own photos (optional). Four on the front and four on the back, with an elegant silver grey background. Of course you can also customize this card for any other business!
Or view more business cards for professionals in the travel industry
I’m sharing one more. I’ve set it up to work for a senior health care worker, and like with the previous business card, you can change the photo to fit any other profession:
Or check out more professional business cards for care givers
To be continued! 🙂