I love Moo's sense of whimsy and warmth in their packaging. It's very friendly and welcoming, showing that Moo doesn't take itself too seriously. I also ordered a pink card holder, which is what is wrapped in the foil bag.
As described on the back, the "cards are printed on paper sourced from sustainable forests and the box is 100% recyclable." The minicards were the first and only product launched by Moo when it started, and it made quite an impact with its diminutive size, silky-smooth surface and quirky marketing. Minicards are about half the size of a business card, but the awesomeness of the minicard resides in the fact that the cards are crated with "variable print technology." This means that each card can have a different image on it -- finally, a way to make your creativity really shine!
The pink minicard holder includes a few "first order" discount cards that you can hand out to your friends who might be interested in making their own Moo product. The Moo product line has expanded to include stickers, note cards, postcards, business cards, and greeting cards. People have gotten so creative in how they use their Moo stationery! I've seen Moo cards used as hang tags for clothing and hand-crafted items; wedding place cards or save-the-dates; or assembled into a photo collage. You're only limited by your own imagination.
Pappy and Harriet's Pioneertown Palace. I'll probably switch up the photos on my next batch. (BTW, full posts on the manju and Michelle's Pancakes are planned for the future. So stay tuned!)
I like the tiny card dividers that say, "Mine," and "Theirs." So thoughtful! BTW, if you don't have your own photos or designs to upload, there are plenty that can be chosen from various designers and artists on the Moo website.
I can't wait to start handing these out! The size makes them eye-catching and memorable, and the smooth feel makes them pleasant to hold. The plastic card holder is curved so that you can gently push the cards out with your thumb for slick and easy distribution. Moo has thought of just about everything!
All photos by Ms. DG