Do-It-Yourself Business Cards

do it yourself business cards

When you don’t have time to delay, and need it done right away, you can count on Avery Business Cards. Whether you print them yourself or have Avery WePrint professionally print them for you, we offer you easy options to design & print/order DIY business cards.

Avery printable Clean Edge® Business Cards let you print your cards in minutes. With their sturdy stock and smooth edges—and no rough perforations—no one will suspect you printed them yourself.

If you run a business or go through lots of business cards networking and don’t want to print yourself, try WePrint, our professional printing service, for premium cards, unique Business Card Books, or square business cards. Even better, with fast turnaround, you can have your products in as few as three days.

Check out the latest trends to keep your cards up to date.

Whether you print your own or have them printed for you, here are some quick tips to get you started:

Keep your business card simple

“If you are designing new business cards, remember to keep the design simple. Don’t use more than two font styles, unless you have a lot of experience,” says graphic designer Amy Inouye of Future Studio.

Include all your key information

“A good business card focuses on the logo but still has enough space to get all the necessary information on it—including email, fax, and cellphone—in a legible type size, says Inouye.”

Be consistent

If your company has an established design and logo, you can easily re-create your own company cards. Just be sure to follow the corporate graphic standards.

Check out the free pre-designed business card templates that are an easy way to personalize them the way you need them if you don’t have corporate policies to follow. Then you can simply print your cards or order them from Avery WePrint. It’s that easy.

If you need any help or have any questions, please reach out to our Customer Care team at (800) 942-8379.

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Author: Melanie Neff

Melanie has an extensive writing background built on an impressive journalism foundation. As a journalist for USA Today and The Los Angeles Times for almost 20 years, she covered everything from the Los Angeles riots, fires and floods to LA Lakers and Clippers games and movie premieres. She followed her newspaper career with a long tenure covering commercial real estate financing and development. Melanie has currently been writing about small business marketing and labeling needs for the past 10 years. She thrives on reading, researching and expanding her knowledge of everything going on in today's business world and looks to provide the most valuable information she can to her readers.

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