Best Business Cards of Bloggy Boot Camp Phoenix

This past April, I attended Bloggy Boot Camp in Scottsdale, Arizona. Spearheaded by Tiffany Ramos and Francesca Bellini, the conference focused in on the business side of blogging.

I picked up almost everyone’s card in attendance and enjoyed going through them one-by-one, making notes about outstanding designs.

Here are the top seven cards that stuck out to me:


My favorite card of the pack comes from media maven Danielle Elliot Smith.


PERSON: Danielle Smith of and

WHAT I LOVE ABOUT THE CARD: I propose a new business card “rule of thumb.” Always include a photo of yourself. Invest in a great headshot and include it on your card. Nothing makes a card more memorable than a face. I love that one side of Danielle’s card is a (gorgeous) photo. Not easy to forget.



PERSON: Chloe Jeffreys of Generation Fabulous

WHAT I LOVE ABOUT THIS CARD: Everything about this card screams “fun.” Again, the highlight of the card is a bright, colorful, and personality-infused picture. To make the concept even more fabulous, Chloe had a variety of cards – all with different poses. Brilliant!



PERSON: Kim Janocko of Collective Bias

WHAT I LOVE ABOUT THIS CARD: Very clear branding. Collective bias is known for their candy apple green and white color scheme – and this card plays on your memory. I also like the strong font with plenty of white space. The cornered edges are a great design element.



PERSON: Kim Byers of The Celebration Shoppe

WHAT I LOVE ABOUT THIS CARD: Typically, I don’t advise to veer from a traditional rectangular shape for a business card. In Kim’s case, however, I think the circular style is whimsical and festive – which meshes exactly right for her brand. It’s crystal-clear what her business is about.



PERSON: Aubrey Cota of Real Housemoms

WHAT I LOVE ABOUT THIS CARD: Although I would have also loved to see a photo of Aubrey, I do like that the card features original photography from her site. There’s no question about what kinds of posts you will find at Real Housemoms.



PERSON: Allison Waken of all for the everyday, all for the boys, and all for the memories

WHAT I LOVE ABOUT THIS CARD: I appreciate the simplicity and professionalism of this card. No visual clutter. Super strong. Lots of white space, plus rounded edges. A good choice for someone like Allison who writes across a number of sites. Only one suggestion for her: add a picture.



PERSON: Wendy Wright of Choosing Love and Arizona Moms Network

WHAT I LOVE ABOUT THIS CARD: The “heart tree” is beautifully illustrated and clearly unique (no clip art here!). I also love the double-sided card that features her two biggest ventures – super smart.


Have you seen any creative business cards lately?


  1. says

    What an honor! Thank you for mentioning me. It’s always delightful to find out that someone else gets you. Totally made my day!

  2. Raquel says

    Oh I recognize a few of those cards from some lovely bloggers! The illustrations from Wendy’s cards are so striking too!

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