Added bonus? They have a funny name.
I order about 400 to 800 at a time and give them out like they were water. At $20 for 100 that is cheap advertising.
Here are some of my orders:
Most recent set:
This is the newest one. I had to doctor up the two at the bottom. They didn't fit in the little space provided. They were postcards sent to women suffrage members in the early 1900s. Somewhere, around 1905. The sixth one from the last is a snippet from a wine menu. It and it's Santa cousin (12th from the bottom) are my sleeper cards. The cards that I sneak in that makes everyone say; mmmmmm. Hey, we're a university! If we can put up pictures of naked guys we can have cards with Santa carrying a sack of wine away from a wall of wine barrels.
Second most recent set:
What's the best thing about Moo Cards is their excellent customer service and friendly emails. Here's the last one they sent me:
I'm Little MOO - the bit of software that will be managing your order with moo.com. It will shortly be sent to Big MOO, our print machine who will print it for you in the next few days. I'll let you know when it's done and on its way to you.
If you've imported your images to MOO from another site, please make sure you don't remove or change the photos you've chosen from that site until this order has been printed, or some pictures may come out blank.
(If you've uploaded them directly to MOO, then there's no need to
I know I'm in good hands with Little Moo.
The informational selection of the week is over. Have I done history yet? No? Never fear I seem to get to it every week.