Thursday, April 03, 2008

Moo Cards

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I hit the maximum allowed photos on Flickr so I had to pay the yearly fee if I wanted to continue to add more and have all my photos visible. The benefit from doing this is that I got 10 free MOO Cards made from my own photos. I really love the one with the roses on the fence which I took in Martha's Vineyard.

I'm going to use these as my personal calling cards, even though they are really small. I had my name, blog address, email and phone number printed on the back. So many times I run into old or new friends and I end up writing all this info on my work business card for them. Now it will be so easy just to give them one of my MOO cards.  I think I may order more with just the rose covered fence.  

Speaking of climbing roses...I'm so happy, my Cecil Brunner rose which hardly had any blooms last year is just FULL of blooms now which are just starting to open.   I have it climbing up an arbor...I'll share photos with you soon!

19 comments:

BittersweetPunkin said...

Hi Cindy....I can't recall if I told you how much I enjoyed reading about you and your blog in the Romantic Country issue....
Hugs,
Robin

Log Home Lass said...

Hi Cindy, I just wanted to say that I really love your blog and the community of other blogs that I have found through reading yours. I never knew there were so many talented, and creative women out there... You all inspire me!

I find that the older I get, the more I like the things that I thought were for "old people"..roses being one of them. Well, I love the climbing rose bush and will definetly order one just as soon as I take a look around my home and decide where I want to place it. Thanks for the link and thanks for your blog!

Have a wonderful day. ♥

PattieJ said...

Hmmm.. I didn't know that flickr had a limit on photos. That's a good idea to use them as calling cards. I wish I could grow roses. Every time I tried in the past they always died. I think my property doesn't have enough sun. Can't wait to see yours.

Pattie

Abbie said...

Calling cards. They remind me of the real calling cards you presented to people when you visited them in the Georgian Era.

Yeah I was born in the wrong Era.
I adore calling cards.

Adrienne said...

Those are great little cards. I think I need to get some, too. Glad to hear that your Cecil Brunner rose is beginning to bloom. You're way ahead of us here. My dear little mother has one in her yard that has spilled over into the neighbor's yard (the neighbor wanted it to do that!) They are SO gorgeous! Can't wait for it to bloom. ~Adrienne~

Julie said...

Can't wait to see them. I love to grow roses too.

Julie said...

Can't wait to see them. I love to grow roses too.

Christine said...

Cindy, I found your blog about six monthes ago, and have been checking it out ever since. Thought I would finally write a comment and let you know how much I enjoy your creativity. You have such a pretty home!

Rosie's Whimsy said...

They just got me on that. too! I haven't seen mine yet. Yours look great! :-) Rosie

Angela said...

I know you hear it every day, but I just LOVE your blog. Every morning when I check it I get so excited to see a new post. It's just so beautiful!

Rosemary said...

Very pretty Cindy!!
Rosemary

Sharon said...

You take beautiful pictures. I can't get over the energy that you must have.

Beverly said...

What lovely cards. I wasn't aware of that policy with Flickr.

I can't wait to see pictures of your roses.

Tutti Chic said...

Cindy~Don't roses & hydrangeas grow the BEST on the Vineyard? We go every year & I am in awe of all that blooms so well there! Realy pretty cards & great photo! :) chris I'm off to read some more of your gorgeous blog!

Mary said...

What a great idea! The photo with the roses is just SO Romantic Home!
xoxo,
Mary

Tracy said...

Cindy, your cards are beautiful! I really enjoy your blog. It is so pretty! :)

Debbie Kay My Vintage Daydreams said...

Cindy:

I want one of your calling cards...they are beautiful, just like you.

Love,

Debbie Kay

Heidi (http://journals.aol.com/hwoodred/everyday-cookies/) said...

Hi Cindy,
I ordered a whole box of MOO cards a couple months ago. Best money I ever spent, every card was a different picture and all my photos! Great, aren't they?!!!

*Heidi*
Everday Cookies blog

Victoria Lynn said...

Wow Cindy, how fun are those cards?! I love the roses. Blessings, Victoria Lynn