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    Last night i read a thread about vista business cards. Carter mentioned to take the business cards and glue them to 1/4 piece of plywood. Then make a small puzzle out of it. Super idea.

    The next even more interesting idea is to have you business cards made out of very thin wood stock. So you have WOOD on WOOD. Maple would be good if you want the QR burned in on it.

    Now comes the question. Where would you get thin wooden business card made inexpensively?

  • #2
    With a good burning tool, you might be able to make them by hand with 1/8" BBply..For those special customers...
    I'm not sure about burning the QRC by hand though. You'd have to be sure to get it perfect. probably not impossible, but difficult.
    Jim

    The limits of the imagination are imaginary.
    No task is too tedious for Art.
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    • #3
      Easy to find

      These have been around for years. Just Google it. This place lists 29 different sources:

      29 Creative and Durable Wooden Business Cards

      Now, inexpensive - that's another question!

      Full disclosure - I have no connection with any of these companies. Haven't used them and don't know them. But they are obviously available.

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      • #4
        if you google "wood business cards" there are a number of places that sell them.
        T
        Theresa

        http://WoodNGoods.weebly.com

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        • #5
          Why no just glue regular business cards to the wood? Then they would be in their original design and color.

          C

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          • #6
            I still might like the challenge, using Carter's suggestion, but burning an operational QRC on the back...
            Just to see if I could do it...
            Jim

            The limits of the imagination are imaginary.
            No task is too tedious for Art.
            Rock and Scroll

            My Gallery

            My Website
            Featherwood Woodcrafts

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            • #7
              To all of those who responded thanks.

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