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BuildASign Review


For a few months I have been playing around with the idea of re-opening my etsy shop. But in doing so I would really want to make a go of it. This meaning, I need inventory, facebook page, business cards, etc. It just seemed like to daunting of a task.
I have been working on my inventory for about a month. I still don't have all of the items made that I would like, but I am working on it. Facebook page is up, needs some updating and to be made puuurty but it is created.
So on to business cards. I had been contacted by BuildASign to review a product of my choice. I jumped at the chance to order some business cards from this very reputable company. I not only wanted a good quality of paper for my business cards, but a customization template that was easy to use. They have it all! With their Business Card Maker I was able to create exactly what I was looking for and with very little effort of time.
They don't just have business cards. They have a banner maker, which would be super fun to use for a family reunion, or even a wedding!
I also love their sign maker. This doesn't have to be business related either. Can you imagine creating a banner and a sign or your garage sale? Then you would be able to keep it for years to come! No more horrible neon posters! I love it!
Check out my awesome cards that I received-I am absolutely in love with these. The paper quality is amazing. Beautiful cards. Did I mention how great this companies customer service is? Simply amazing!!




Disclaimer: I received no compensation for this post. I was provided with a sample of the product for review purposes. All opinions are 100% my own.


Disclaimer: No compensation was received for this post. I was provided a sample of each product for my review purposes only. All opinions are 100% my own



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