Thursday, September 21, 2006

The prayer card of the future?

I saw a pretty neat deal on Lifehacker yesterday.  A company called Moo, which does on-demand printing, is offering Flickr users 10 free “minicards” which are like small business cards.  If you follow the link below you can pick pictures from your own Flickr photostream and then add the text of your choice on the back.

I ordered mine using pictures of Kosovo and my family with my contact information printed on the back.  This kind of deal may take the place of larger run print jobs.

In fact, as I think about it, I could use something like this in place of the expensive magnetic prayer cards I just had printed up.  That experience was horrible.  I’ll write about that a little later.

Anyway, if you’re a Flickr Pro user and want to try out these free cards check out Moo Flickr Minicards

4 comments:

Dr. D's Diagnosis said...

Dude! Prayer Cards on demand! I like it. Thanks, D

Andrew said...

I ordered mine as soon as the news came out. Depending on how they look, I will be using them as my prayer cards. I wonder how many other missionaries thought of that the minute they saw it?

SprdtheWord said...

Those are nice, I suppose. I have used DPI (www.dpimagine.com) and really liked the results. They are a lot cheaper than the other full service companies too.

Troy Caliroy said...

I love Moo! I've used them once before, never thought of them for missionary prayer cards though. Great innovative ideas!

In the past, I've used DTS Prayer Cards (www.dtsprayercards.com). They only cost $25 for designs with no catch and they've been really fast for me. If I remember correctly, they include full color printing on the back for free. The best part is that they were extremely personable, prompt and professional!

Love your blog! Keep up the interesting twist on missions!