Don't forget to order your supplies for this year's International BookCrossing Day (April 21)! The last day to order them is March 25, because we'll need time to get them to you before the big day arrives. And this year's labels were designed by Azuki and they're great. So don't miss out, get your orders in while you can!
Front of card - BC banner across top Text: BookCrossing is an international community of book lovers dedicated to sharing books. Over 10 million books have been registered from all corners of the world.
It's costs nothing and spam-free, as you are only known by your chosen nick name and no one is ever given your e-mail address.
Are you in the Calgary area and interested in meeting up with other Calgary BookCrossers? Please check out our Facebook group, "BookCrossing Calgary" for details.
If you decide you'd like to join in the fun, please consider listing FRACULA as referring you!
Back of card - small Ballycumber as bullet points for the Read it! Register it! Release it! (like the bookmark)
http://www.bookcrossing.com --------------------------------------------- It's fancier than it sounds, as I created it with Heritage Makers, which I am just learning.
That seems like a heck of a lot of text for a business card. When I think of a business card I think of a card that's 3.5 x 2 inches. The text would have to be very small to fit! http://businesscardsize.com.au/
I know a lot of people use your text or something similar in their release notes but I'm personally not a huge fan of it. It sounds a little too much like a direct selling spiel for my tastes. Although I guess, in a way, that's what it's meant to be.
What about the "slogan" that's located at the top of each BC webpage: "bookcrossing.com: the books you read and the people you meet". Presumably you'll be telling people about the website face-to-face before giving them a card. If people want more information after that, they can always explore the website further.