DIY stamped wood business cards
I recently had the privilege of attending and teaching at the Haven Conference and you can't go to an event with 300 bloggers, sponsors and vendors without business cards.
Wanting something that was unique and reflected my blog I created these stamped wood business cards:
A great project that uses up all those little wood scraps.
I purchased stamps with my logo and information then applied the stamp onto the painted sections of the wood.
On the front of the cards is my blog name, my name and contact information.
And on the back is my social media handle.
How to make stamped wood business cards:
Step 1: Cut plywood into 2" x 3 1/2" rectangles. I used all scrap pieces - some 1/4" and some 3 3/32" basswood. And I used my Rockwell Bladerunner to make the cuts.
Step 2: Paint a stripe across the front and back, wide enough for your stamp.
Step 3: Stamp your information onto the painted portion.
(My stamps are from Vistaprint.)
Step 4: Let the ink dry then spray with clear gloss poly to protect the ink and enhance the wood tone.
Step 5: Drill a hole near one end and insert jute string.
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