Card and Stamp

I’m so excited to share with you my business cards for Love at First Book that came in the mail two days ago!!!!  They’re shiny and have rounded corners.  Rounded corners!!!!

My business cards for Love at First Book!!!!

My business cards for Love at First Book!!!!  The background is all white, even though it looks kind of cream colored.

Then last night, my stamp came in the mail!

Stamp!!!

Stamp!!!

Of course, in real life it's not blurry!  It looks perfect but my camera was not a fan of zooming in so closely!

Of course, in real life it’s not blurry! It looks perfect but my camera was not a fan of zooming in so closely!

Thank you so much to Dave & Jane Friedman at Art of Life in Wellington, Florida!  And thank you to my mom (Ackerman Fisher & Rodgers CPA) who helped me design them (actually, she practically did the whole thing).

Another huge thank you goes to Alli’s Creations over at Etsy for the stamp!  I was super impressed with Alli’s Creations because they were one of the only stores that would show me a proof before deciding on a purchase, which is just good business!

Then, once I purchased, a second proof was emailed out to me, and once approved, I received my stamp quickly!  Did I mention I LOVE it?  It looks even better than the proof and I cannot wait to start stamping my books with it!  I highly advise checking out Alli’s Creations if you’re in need of a stamp because she has a lot to choose from.

Thanks for reading,

Rebecca

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48 thoughts on “Card and Stamp

  1. It’s quite awesome to have a business card isn’t it, I understand your excitement 😀 And I love that you have a stamp (it’s very nice, too). Now you have to find some events to go to 😉

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  2. ¡¡Great!! I like them very much!!

    I know you are wasting your time stamping your books because I’m just doing the same with mine 😉 I got it yesterday!! hehehe

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  3. I like your personalized stamp. And, your beautiful stamp just reminded me of that red empty chocolate box where I stored all my stamps. Okay, here it is on the top shelf in the closet and guess what I found: My Georgia O’Keefe stamp that reads: A flower touches everyone’s heart. And that being said, I would like to say, “I enjoy reading your book reviews”.

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  4. Love the cards and the stamps are great! I keep thinking I want to get a stamp for my books, but I’m not sure I’d actually stamp them :-/ Something about marking them as mine sort of takes away the ethereal sense they have, which is weird because I have quite a few with inscriptions to me from friends or authors.

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      • You’ve got the wheels in my head spinning trying to find excuses why I need a stamp. I don’t buy a whole lot of paper books at the moment for myself but buy plenty for the kids.

        The cards I could see as some benefit but I’d be bad at putting them places and I haven’t attended a blog conference in person yet where I know lots of bloggers exchange cards.

        Hmmm….

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