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I appropriated one of the designs on the forum and modified it to suit my needs. *I hope that is acceptable, *I wanted to get some feedback on this design as a business card from you guys before I went any farther. *

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I gotta tell you, that's one of the best designs I have seen so far on here!

Nice work!

What will you be putting on the back?
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Well Steve, My first answer was nothing.... but then I start thinking, I don't know. I'm open for suggestions. Perhaps a referal form?

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That is a good idea!

You could have a section on there too that allows you to write in a price to offer different services so if you are out and about in a neighborhood, you could write in the price to say 'mow the yard.' Or if you see other services they may need?

Maybe a discount off your first service?
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I am still adjusting the card. What do you think 1 vs 2? I need to put some more thought into the backside of the cards and the cost of getting them printed. I also need to find somone to print them. My original idea was to print them on photopaper (Thats the way we did our cards when I had the photolab) but that would be one sided. I'll check into printers this week.

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I like #2 with the grass at the bottom but I like #1's larger font where you list your services.
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Yea, so do I. I was messing around with what I needed to do if I were going to have them printed at vistaprint. Do you think that the grass in the background makes the text difficult to read?


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That is a good point. It does make it a little more difficult to read with the grass, but I still like the way it looks

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