Business cards are pretty cool. Well, except for the boring ones. I’ve seen some wonderfully creative cards, and thought it would be a fun quick project for kids.
Fen had a friend over last week, so I set some blank cards in front of them- Avery printable cards, some colored pencils, and this directive:
Make up some business cards for fictional businesses, complete with logo, phone numbers, tag lines, whatever seems businesslike. I showed them my business cards for an idea of how things can be laid out, and then let them go to town.
I happened to have some leftover business card blanks, but you could cut your own from white card stock, or even use Artist’s Trading Cards if you have those.
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I also love the idea of having kids make personal business cards to give to their friends, but I sort of didn’t want to show photos of our address and phone number….
Now don’t even pretend you wouldn’t race to either of these fine establishments if they really existed. Kids are smart.
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