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Jul 14, 2008

Some Firsts

I have heard from others on the Etsy forums that they love their moo cards. I needed business cards and a painless and economical way to order them. I could have ordered business cards here in Japan, but it would have cost more and been trickier to get full color cards of my art. So, I finally decided to order Moo cards. The cost for 100 small cards plus international shipping only comes out to $26, cheaper than a full color card in Japan. Granted they are smaller than a business card, but the weight and color quality of these small cards makes a strong impression. Another point that sold me is I could use as many images as I wanted for the 100 moo cards. In my order, they included a Moo Cards 15% discount code to pass on to first time buyers: 2RB2Ck

Today is my first day of my quasi-vacation. I teach ESL part-time at two companies. One is a private English conversation school and the other is a Language Vocational College. The College started their summer vacation yesterday. This means I have practically five days off a week. I say practically because I still have to work from 6 p.m. to 9 on Thursdays /Fridays plus 12-6 on weekends at the conversation school. Having only one part time job opens up more time for myself. The extra free time really makes a difference on how much art I can get done and it also allows time for the much neglected housework.

15 comments:

High Desert Diva said...

The moo cards look fantastic

Rosebud Collection said...

Cards look great..You still are a very busy person..

T.Allen-Mercado said...

Your cards look wonderful. I love my Moo cards. I try to order a new set every season and pull one of each design (only those I can duplicate)to create tiny portfolios for potential wholesale/consigners. It is an impressive look and very easy to carry around.

Sandra Evertson said...

Don't you just love them too?!
Your works look Amazing on those tiny cards!
Sandra Evertson

Gallery Juana said...

thanks everyone!

mercado, that is a great idea about creating a mini portfolio with the moo cards.

Chris Stone said...

great cards and fun idea. i didn't realize you could use many different images. will check into it!

and sounds like a wonderful work schedule. good luck with everything!

Gallery Juana said...

Chris, I think it's great how the customer can use as many images as they want! Let us know if you get any. The small size doesn't meet everyone's needs. And it seems the shipping to Japan is cheaper than it is to the U.S.

Neda said...

Hope you're having a great time!

The Moo cards look lovely. I will have to check them out. Little art pieces from you...what gems!

LoveMeKnot Creations said...

your moo cards turned out wonderful!!! Your art is amazing, and kudos on your plant in the below post:) I'm trying to grow chives and i think they hate me, hehe.

GumballGrenade said...

Beautiful work displayed on your moo cards! I love painting in the Sumi-e style, it's so calming. I haven't done it in a while so I'm happy I visited and received a bit of inspiration. I love the image in the bottom card.

Margaret said...

I'm waiting for my 2nd set of moo minis to show up :) I can't WAIT to see them. Yours look so cool!

elleabelle said...

Your cards are so beautiful! Wow! I love my Moo cards too!

Paper Girl Productions said...

Cards look awesome! I have to try Moo!

Crochet n Pray said...

Cool MOO cards :)

Gallery Juana said...

Thanks for stopping by everyone!

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