I looked up and noticed I was about to run out of business cards. What is a girl to do? Why, print some of course! I wanted the same thickness and heft I got from my Moo cards, so I had an idea: I could print on regular paper and then stick to cardstock. I had all these cereal boxes lying around (and who doesn’t), so I decided to use them up.
1) Printed (from my little epson workforce c-30) my pre-designed business cards onto some thin glossy paper I from my stash.
2) I then coated the other side of the prints with adhesive, using my 5″ xyron create-a-sticker machine. Since the machine only takes items 5″ or less, I cut the sheet down to 4.25″ (half of a 8.5 x 11″ sheet, lengthwise)
3) I stuck the adhesive side to the printed side of the cereal boxes.
4) I then trimmed the cards down using a craft knife, and my cutting mat and clear ruler.
This idea is not limited to single-sided business cards either. You could cover both sides of the card, or you could use these as greeting cards or postcards. The possibilities are endless!