Business cards made of wood aren’t new anymore. If you try to visit some business card galleries then you’ll see a roundup of creative and cool wooden business cards. Your business card is your most essential element of your visual identity because it is the first thing that people see when they meet you.
Therefore, you should make your business card extra special and unique to make them stand out from the rest of the cards and to give a positive vibes into your prospective clients. Having a trash-proof business cards printed on a textured material such as wood can leave behind a good impression for your company.
Here’s another inspiring collection of business cards to help you enhance your creativity in making your business cards more appealing.
Take a look at these 29 Creative and Durable Wooden Business Cards. Enjoy!
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Whiskey Design’s Wood Business Card
Laser etched, 100% red cedar wood business cards.
The card’s dimension is 3.5×1.5 and printed on chipboard. It was inspired by old ticket stubs.
A wooden business card made thin enough to not be bulky.
Business Card for: Carabiner Outdoor Connections
The cards were laser engraved and cut from .125 inch birch plywood, then stained and sanded for a rustic feel.
Laser cut 3-Layer-wood (0.4mm thickness).
These wooden business cards were crafted from offcuts of walnut wood used in the product.
These wooden business cards were crafted on beechwood (thickness 0,5 mm). Text and logo are engraved. The holes are perforated.
Business Card for: Korner Saunabau
Laser cut wooden business card for sauna manufacturer.
Business Card for: Cehovin
Clothespin used as a business card wherein contact details and information were printed on both sides.
Business Card for: Courtney Danforth
Business cards made out of sugar maple wood, cut on the end grain, laser etched, and finished by hand to resemble the game pieces of one of the most popular board games of all time, Scrabble.
Business Card for: B. Uhrig & Son
Business cards printed on small pieces of old domino tiles.
A unique wooden business card for Studio Mingus.
Calling card for fine artist & illustrator, with her signature on wood grain, wood panel being her favorite medium to paint on.
Wooden business card of the Fifth Floor Gallery.
A unique business card made of wood.
Laser Engraved, Cherry Wood Business Cards
Business cards are made from Cherry wood, 1/8 inch thick with rounded corners.
Not a typical business card made of wood.
Business card in which the prints were stamped on woods.
Very attractive 3″ x 2.5″ birch wood business card.
Wooden business cards are a real eye-catcher
Eye-catching wooden business cards.
Cody Maple ‘Maple Wood’ Business Cards
Laser engraved on thin slats of real maple wood.
Handmade little wooden business cards.
Wood Business Cards – Western Red Cedar
Wooden business card of Western Red Cedar.
Norburn Model Aircraft Supply
Business card that is printed and laser die cut on a balsa wood.
Derek Powazek Minimal Wood Business Cards
Awesome new wood business cards of Derek Powazek.
VersaLASER Laser Cut Wood Business Cards
Laser Cut Wood Business Cards of VersaLASER.
Business card for a cabinetmaker in Montreal, Canada.
1scale1 Stick Figure Wood Business Cards
Lasercut wood business card with popout man.
Business card made of wood.
I love this idea too much! I want to gift it to a contractor. I love it! The wood and even the metal business cards are just too cool.
The best part is that these wooden business cards are made from either drift wood or salvage wood. I find them very eco-friendly.
Following on from woodworking router’s comment – I wonder if these are more eco friendly than traditional card ones? Does the absence of ink help?
The push-out Xmas tree is fantastic – you could pretty much bet that business would be remembered.
This is a great idea. I did not know these existed.
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