Print Free File: DIY Calling Cards/Labels (jpeg) or DIY Calling Cards/Labels (pdf)
Use this sassy printable design for a multitude of projects…try creating custom calling cards, labels for your child’s books or just a super cute and quick gift tag to keep in your stationery drawer!
I printed “this book belongs to” labels to pop into the front inside cover of Abby’s books. And she can use one for a bookmark too. Make a simple calling card for a friend…or a pre-teen with a new cell number! Place several of the cards in a PRETTY PACKAGE and give as a gift.
(I used some digital art that I created –the butterfly as well as digi art by Celeste Rockwood Jones– the chandelier— to create the projects below and above. Cute fonts from kevinandamanda.com were used as well.)
Make your own calling card OR business card…include your phone numbers, blog and “mama to” info to pass your contact info quickly to other mama’s, the school or the doctor’s office.
Whatever you do with this sassy printable…it’s sure to impress!
1. Download and save the file to your computer.
2. Open the file in a photo editing program such as Adobe Photoshop Elements and add text to the center of the card template. You can also insert the file into a Word document (or other word processing software); resize to 8 1/2 x 11 and add personalized text in this program.
3. Print, cut and share.
TIP: For the best results, print on photo paper or heavy weight presentation paper and use photo print quality setting.
About the Executive Homemaker:
Meet Janna Wilson , country girl, graphic artist, mama to three crazy-cute kiddos, wife to Scott, stitcher, jewelry maker, dreamer, wannabe painter, Sunday school teacher, and lover of ALL THINGS crafty!
Visit Janna’s online shop Whimsy Shoppe for fabulous downloads and handmade goods your family will love.
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