13 Tree-riffic Wooden Business Cards
Wooden't you want a business card like these?

Sara Barnes

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I’ve seen business cards on napkins, fancy papers and embossed into plastic, but do you know what my favorite material for them is? Wood.

It’s sturdy and accents any design with its beautiful grain and natural color.

Of course, it’s tricky to have a business card made on wood, but I think it’s worth it to have something you’ll be proud to give out.

And if you pull off the look, a classy, wooden business card will definitely find it’s way into a contact’s memory.

Here are some great examples to get your creative juices flowing.


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core77.com


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etsy.com


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bestbusinesscard.net


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cardobserver.com


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etsy.com


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smashinghub.com


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doublemesh.com


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doublemesh.com


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bestdesignoptions.com


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webdesignerwall.com


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webdesignerwall.com/trends


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zazzle.com


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laserflair.co.uk


A lot of these designs take advantage of the involved process and use a laser to cut out interesting shapes within the wood or go beyond your standard rectangle shape.

Some play with varying colors of wood and use this contrast as a way to accent their name or other information.

Whatever your ideas are, remember you don’t see business cards in wood every day, so take advantage of the material. Those who receive your cards will find them memorable!

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About the Author
Sara Barnes
Sara Barnes
Sara Barnes is a creative person living in Baltimore, Md. She loves embroidery, collaboration and the Web. For the past three and a half years, she's maintained the blog Brown Paper Bag. Updated daily, she shares textiles, illustration, design, products and more. In addition to blogging, she also enjoys collaborating with people everywhere, planning like Sampler, a love letter to contemporary embroidery, and the Collage Scrap Exchange, which pairs collage artists around the world. Follow her on Google+, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram and Tumblr.

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