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How to Make Simple and Colorful Business Card Holder

Bjorn Andersson

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Marketing your business can be most successfully done by using business cards. Simple and Colorful Business cards can be created with a very low budget too, and they can be carried easily. Business card can be the most convenient way to advertise your business than any other means. Prospective clients can reach to you after getting your details from your business card. Thus business card holder ensures the longevity of your business cards, and ensures that the texture of your business cards does not get ruined by carrying your cards directly in your pocket. Business card holders can be created by various materials, and they can come in different designs and colors. If you wish to give your business card holder a personal touch, you can then make it at home.

You can also make a Victorian business card holder to store your business cards. During the Victorian era, people used to give out calling card to their friends and neighbors when they used to visit them. This was the sophisticated trend during those days. You can make attractive and professional Victorian card holders from a Victorian teacup. Victorian craft ideas can be put to multiple uses when you are making your own unique card holders with the help of floral gums. You need to get an antique teacup and saucer, and then create your own container for making your card holder. Let your imagination flow and you would be the proud owner of a Victorian card holder.

You can also make a business card holder with the help of a plain designed fabric of your preference. With the help of a piece of paper, a pencil, and a ruler, you can make a design of your choice for your card holder. After your card holder is done, ensure that you have added a button or an embellishment sort of thing on the outer edge of your card holder in order to add that extra flare and design to your card holder. You can also make a paper card holder for

storing your business cards.

Another way of making your uniquely stylish business card holders can be follows. You can also buy desktop business card holders, which gives out a crucial statement about your professionalism and business. You need to choose such a kind of card holder per your business specific style, rather than your personal image. In order to give your business image that enhanced look, you can go in for a silver or gold desktop card holder. This might turn out to be a slightly expensive affair. But, you cannot really afford to compromise on your business image for the sake of money, when these card holders are slightly expensive, and not that exorbitantly placed. If you are, say, working in the golf industry, then you can add a fun quotient to your card holder, by getting a golf desktop card holder. So, depending on your business needs and the industry in which you are, you can choose your own style statement for your card holder.


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