The first lot of cards I made were 3 1/4 x 2 1/8 - the standard size of a credit card. However I realised that this was not the most economical use of my lovely cardstock. So as I was using the 12x12 speciality paper from our DSP packs I decided to change the card size to 3x2, that way I can get 24 from one sheet.
I printed my details out onto an A4 sheet, I set up my document in word so that I had 3 across and 6 down, so 18 in total. I used word to set this up, click mailings, then labels and chose customise and I sat as follows:-
|As I am in the UK this is set for A4 paper if you are in US you can adjust to fit your paper size.|
|Once done press ok and your A4 sheet will be populated with your details.|
|I entered the words and altered size of font and style of font until I was happy, this is all down to personal preference.|
I decorated the front with ovals using 2 retired punched but you can do it in anyway you like. I printed my Business name on Very Vanilla to match the speciality paper and the scalloped oval was punched from gold. I really like the look but could easily do this in different paper and get a completely different effect. You could also hand stamp this as well which I have done in the past.