Monday, March 10, 2008

What's In a Name?




I am so excited I can hardly stand myself. My camera is on the fritz and my pics are blurry but I had to post anyway. I received a sample of my business cards on Friday and I am in love! My great friends Amy and Mario designed them and I think they are perfect. Why is it only now that I feel "official"? Please tell me what you think. Have a great day, Paula

9 comments:

Susie Harris said...

I love them! They did a great job. Just by the looks of your card makes me want to shop in your store. It's so my style! Have a great one!

Mario and Amy Andreani said...

So Horchow-ish! It looks even better on print! I think you need an eBay store so I can do some shopping. Who would have thought your ceiling tin could make such a fabulous business card! ~Amy

Jean said...

Very stylish! Like the gilded vintage look, crown and swirly "O". It all works together nicely.

Emily Fletcher said...

I love them too! You are so incredibly talented! You will be so successful in this business!

Rhoda @ Southern Hospitality said...

Hi, Paula, thanks for stopping by! So nice to meet you & how exciting that you are starting a new venture too. I love your business cards, those look great!

and I can see we have a lot in common, I love all the things you have shown from your store. My kinda of style! Welcome to blogging, I've been at it a year now & it's been so much fun to meet other women out there with so much in common.

Please come back often & I'll do the same. Best to you in your new venture too.

Rhoda

Self Confessed Lamp Tramp said...

Wow, your cards and site are dreamy and inviting! Looks like you've got something really fabulous going on....can not wait to see more!

Mario and Amy Andreani said...

I hope your Birthday was everything you deserved and more!!! Or in reality you at least indulged in your favorite dessert, “guilt free”! Mario and I are so happy you liked the design of the business cards! I feel like I didn't do enough for your big day! I hope the antique keys will find a place on one of your fabulous trays! Good luck tom. Don't forget to take before and after pics for everyone to see! Happy Birthday!

Miss you,

Amy

Susie Harris said...

Thanks Paula. Double doors are great when you get new furniture. The only set back is you have to make two wreaths instead of one. I have writers block as well. I need something GOOD to chat about. Take care my friend, Susie

Stokes Chic Antiques said...

I love your buisness card design. Soooo old world....just love them.

Dalia