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Hello my fellow-lovers,

I would like to print out business cards from some of my palettes similar to those on moo at an affordable price and of course top notch quality.
Any suggestions? I'm located in Europe but have an address in the states to ship to.
Thanks a lot!
Search online for postcard printers. Almost all also do business cards. I use VistaPrint a lot for projects and they have facilities in Europe. Turnaround has been good and customer service is excellent. Gallery clients seem happy with Overnight Prints but say customer service is non-existent. Others I know use 4by6.com. Be sure and get the specs from the printer you choose. VistaPrint trims US business cards just a tad smaller than the normal size.

With all these type of companies watch for hidden costs. The costs for cards may seem great but they tend to tack on rather extreme S&H charges that negate the savings if you don't watch out. The ones mentioned seem pretty good as far as I know.

I hate to see the local printers going away and still try to give them whatever business I can. I just cannot justify the cost for things like postcards and full color business cards, etc.
Thanks a lot, I'll check them out!
I like printing.com
They are excellent fast efficient and always have SOME special offer that will suit your needs

Grey Lord wrote:
Hello my fellow-lovers,

I would like to print out business cards from some of my palettes similar to those on moo at an affordable price and of course top notch quality.
Any suggestions? I'm located in Europe but have an address in the states to ship to.
Thanks a lot!
Have used solopress and jamjar printing both a number of times for business card runs and folders and the quality and price is very good. Its worth spending a little extra and getting matt laminated cards as they look so much more professional.
Hey guys!
Any good website to print business cards in Canada?!
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suruha
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kimmyp wrote:
I have an A3 printer which I can print on borderless A3 paper giving me 30 cms (12") wide paper that I use for scrapbooking, covering notebooks, etc. I use my own designs only as I am reselling and most of the designs on here do not have a commercial license.


You can check some of the online stock sites, such as Pixabay. Often, there are patterns and they have liberal terms! You should be able to incorporate a pattern you find there and sell it or do whatever you like!
kimmyp
kimmyp
2 days ago
I have an A3 printer which I can print on borderless A3 paper giving me 30 cms (12") wide paper that I use for scrapbooking, covering notebooks, etc. I use my own designs only as I am reselling and most of the designs on here do not have a commercial license.
MainAlice
MainAlice
2 days ago
cool idea, if you post your work somewhere-share with us)
Trixxie
Trixxie
4 days ago
Hi Edith - thanks for posting this. I have been getting the same pop-up updates about Flash. I did the exact same thing as you. I close out the tab! I wonder what other scams might come our way. I just want to be here to color. *sigh*
Anyway, I truly appreciate you "just saying", Edith.
Thanks!
Trix :)

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