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Aww, thanks! (Yeah, that’s probably smart about not giving the card to strangers. That’s why I didn’t put my street address on mine.) I want to do something similar with the design of the whole site.
Love the card. I have a card for my blog too but I am not allowed to give it out to strangers. I can only give it to family and friends :(. I still think that it is cool.
I love your card – it seems very….you.
“Opinionated on the internet”. Fantastic!
Fantastic! I hope you find loads of uses for them:)
Love it! I can’t imagine a better design or tag line. Sheer brilliance.
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