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Chung Dha Lam of Maassluis, Netherlands, made some easy, funky business cards and shows you how to make your own in this video. He used recycled cereal box cardboard and rubber stamps to make it all his own. These would be perfect for makers with funky professions, or for making friends at Maker Faire.

Becky Stern

Becky Stern is head of wearable electronics at Adafruit Industries. Her personal site: sternlab.org


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  1. TINYenormous says:

    Not to say he didn’t try, but this just isn’t MAKEworthy. If it should be blogged about at all then it should be on CRAFT. Even that – he uses a stencil and a stamp. And how much does the stamp cost? About as much as 100 business cards? This could be a great business card lesson for kids.

  2. triadfreedom says:

    thats got to be the dumbest example ever, too cheap to spend 11 bux on some avery biz cards?

    I know you have a dot matrix laying around, heh.

  3. bigdan says:

    Could you find a louder hard drive? Maybe you could get a transducer mic and stick it directly to the hard drive. That should pick up the noise even better.

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