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lubdub
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First of all, I was reading old john C. lecture notes, and he stated if you have raised print business cards, the raised ink will act like roughing fluid(tried it, works better than ever, staples has 500 raised print cards for 11.95 and 1000 for 15.95)...Amazing ideas for Mental Photo Deck Come in Mind.

Second of all, I don't think my idea is original (mark mason has a excellent version with cards), But a cardiographic with business would be a true miracle!(i am adapting mason's idea). So any feedback would be great and any other ideas for business cards would help(i have 1000 to play around with).

Your friendly magician,
Jordan Rosenberg
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ToasterofDoom
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Wow, that's a great idea! Now I just need business cards...
lubdub
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The best deal I found is at staples...500 custom raised print cards for 11.95 or a 1000 for 15.95. (i am not a staples salesman, I just think the quality of the cards can't be be for the price!)


jordan
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ToasterofDoom
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Thanks, lubdub. I'll check it out.
Matt Malinas
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That's a great idea! I use fraud with my business cards.
I will give this a try!
thanks for sharing!

-Matt
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That's a great price for some business cards. I need to order some myself.

Do you suggest the "raised ink" instead over the standard "printed on" ink for your business cards? Any other reason to have them like that other than having them act like roughing cards?

Mark.
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Matt-
What do you move on your business cards? I'm having a hard time visualizing Fraud with a business card.

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blink_inc
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Btw
raised ink is called thermography

the Staples deal is a great price, hoever are you only limited to their layouts or can you give them your artwork on disk?

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that_magic_guy
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I do a version of linking cards with mine it kakes a great souvineer for the person
Matt Malinas
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You could also try Brian Platts idea from catapult of the torn and restored business card. great effect!

-Matt
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David Ren Jenkins' "Warp One Inc" works well with my cards. Nice and visual so they remember it and then I give them the restored and get the booking a day or two later. ;-)
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Quote:
On 2006-12-20 17:16, lubdub wrote:
The best deal I found is at staples...500 custom raised print cards for 11.95 or a 1000 for 15.95. (i am not a staples salesman, I just think the quality of the cards can't be be for the price!)


jordan


Wow, it is $10 for 250 blank business cards at Office Max. I wish I lived near a Staples store.
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