It’s funny how you can come to adore a 28mm by 70mm piece of paper—especially one that wasn’t anonymously tucked under one of your windshield wipers telling you how beautiful you are.
Ever since a smart, compact package of mini contact cards arrived in Maeve’s mailbox a couple days ago, we’ve grown to have a bit of a crush on Moo MiniCards. To put it simply, they’re genius: cool, cropped versions of your favorite photos with your personal info on the flipside. A new kind of personalized “business” card.
But that doesn’t mean you have to be a genius to figure out how to get some Moo Minis of your own. All you have to do is visit the site, select photos from your Flickr account, tell Moo how you’d like them cropped, enter the contact information you’d like to share, hand over $20, and voila—two weeks later you have 100 mini contact cards to give out to all your new friends/classmates/potential clients/workmates you dare share your personal e-mail address with.
They’re so fun you might not want to part with them. Then again, it’s only $20 for 100 more.