Never heard of Moo cards? They are gorgeous. Over the holidays, I finally decided to take the plunge and invest in professionally printed business cards. I had seen the Moo cards and decided to check it out. I saw that they were over more expensive than most, but I felt that it was really worth the cost. (Paid for cards myself, was paid to put this post up by

My business card in many cases is the first impression of my business. I want people to look at my business card and think “very professional.” At the very least, I do not want someone to look at my card and think, “Woah, el cheapo.”

I spent a lot of time getting everything just right and ordered 400 business cards in order to bring down the cost per card. Once I received them, I knew it was worth every penny. Everyone I give my business card to now makes a comment about how much they like the card.

Moo cards are thicker than your average business cards and the colors just pop off the card. You can utilize both sides of the business cards. On the first side, I put all the information about my blog and on the back side, I put my picture (the one I use for most of my profiles) and some more information about my Mom Geek Media business. I left about 2/3rds of the card blank for notes.They come in that nice black box you see in the upper right corner of this post. My husband was really impressed with cards and said they are probably the most professional cards he’s ever seen and he wanted one of my boxes. He said he thought it was useful for putting in the cards that you receive from others when you are at a trade show or conference.

If you are looking for new cards, you have to check out Moo cards. If you are not sure whether it’s worth the investment, you can order samples of their cards first.

Do you print your own cards or have them printed professionally?

disclosure: I paid for my Moo cards, however, I was paid for this post by