Business Card Sizes, Oh How they have Changed

Business cards are always evolving and my point with this post it was to share with you some great designs that would inspire you. However, while I was out there window shopping for these inspirations I started creating a different selection which was all based on size and shape.

Business Card Sizes, Oh How they have Changed

The classic business card size “should not exceed 3 1/2 by 2 inches (which is 8.89 by 5.08cm), anything bigger won’t fit into a wallet or most business card holders.” Even though many people still follow these sizes you will always find those who will push the boundaries, which inspires others to go that one step further.  The business cards I have found embrace any size goes to the point that some could be classed as art than a business card. However isn’t that what we strive for when we decide to invest in our business cards for our business.

We want to stop the person in their tracks and for them to become captivated by our business card and our business. For if we have that effect on a person with just the humble business card, you know they will have to connect with us to do business. However say they don't need out creative products or services, I can bet you they will be spreading the word about your captivating business card. It only takes a few people to spread the word about your products and services for you to get a new wave of customers coming to your online presence.

Plus as you already have a CreatiV flow exploring the space outside the box or in this case the normal business card, would be something that would fit you perfectly.

Different Business Card that are not the standard Size or shape


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Janet Walker helps small business owners share their Gifts. By simplifying SEO, crafting your product story, getting traffic & learning, exploring ideas. When she's not in business mode (which is hard not to be) she's being creative somehow, making a mean green juice or busy in her garden learning how to grow vegetables.

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