Etsy Shop Business Cards
Etsy Shop Business cards for Cecil and Lynn. These cards were designed to display some of their beautiful handmade items while still keeping their business cards professional and clean looking.
Why Use Product Photos on Etsy Shop Business Cards?
A lot of times when selling handmade items at markets, potential customers will grab a business card in hopes to come back and buy something later. The difficulty with most business cards for handmade sellers is that they don’t display any product photography. How can someone remember your business name in a huge market of 100’s of vendors? Odds are they wont — without some help of course!
So what will they remember about your business? That’s easy… the handmade product(s) they loved so much!
Did you know that people remember 80% of what they see, but only 20% of what they read. 90% of information transmitted to your brain is visual. And 65% of your audience are visual learners. That makes a pretty good case for displaying some photos of your products on your Etsy shop business cards. Potential customers may not remember your business name, but they probably will remember your products!
About Cecil and Lynn Handmade
Cecil and Lynn designs and builds rustic handmade decor and reclaimed wood picture frames. Everything is handmade and a lot of their items feature reclaimed wood from pallets and other salvaged materials. They also customize their handmade items using unique methods. A few examples are burned wood emblems, carved wood designs, custom name stamping, wood and burlap/fabric text transfers, and even hand painting! They finish the wood with custom colored stains, homemade chalk paint, furniture wax, and paint or wood distressing. Cecil and Lynn is on Etsy and also at local markets and fairs in the Scranton Wilkes-Barre and Northeastern Pennsylvania (NEPA) area.
Did you know?
People remember 80% of what they see, but only 20% of what they read.
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