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Map of the World by FirstNightDesign

The above business card is, without a shadow of a doubt, my most popular design for such cards.  Having just sold yet another two packs, I’m wondering if it would work well with different colour combinations as far as the map is concerned.  What do you think?  I would love to know your thoughts and would happily take on board any suggestions.  Leave your comments below and I’ll love you forever … well, you get my drift!

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Take care and keep laughing!

Sarah


Constantinople Business Cards

Try something a little different for your next business card!

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