But first, I wanted to share with you how two fantastic jewelers use Mini Moo cards. Last weekend I went to the American Crafts Council show, and picked up lots of Moo cards along the way that the artists had in their booths.
|Silver and enamel by Beth Novak.|
|Silver, copper and precious stones by Brandon Holschuh.|
Being able to sift through the cards and pick out my favorites helped to ease the sting of not being able to purchase a piece...a little bit...
You can see more of this incredible jewelry at:
www.bethnovakenamels.com and www.brandonholschuh.com
And, now, the stickers!! I placed my order for 2 sets of stickers and it was easy peasy.
I purchased round 1 1/2" and square just under 1". Both sets came in lovely packaging, the square ones are in a book form with perforated pages.
The user interface (is that the right term? I can't believe I said that!!) on the Moo site is very simple. In around an hour I created around 40 different designs. I was basically testing out different types of images to see what looks good and what doesn't. I cropped from JPGS and AI files. I also quickly took my logo in AI and formatted it to the right dimensions and played around with different variations.
|52 round stickers for $12.99!|
|90 square stickers for $9.99!|
|What delightful packaging, there must be something wonderful inside...|
I think Moo is an excellent resource for artists, crafters and designers. I am so happy they exist and once my jewelry line is closer to ready, I will make my Mini Moo cards as well as more stickers. Because, as we all know, a girl can't have too many stickers...