I gave Moo another trial after the last undelivered order as I like some artwork by one of its designers and there was a discount of some 30%. From order to arrival, it takes some 3 weeks from London to Hong Kong. That is taking a tad too long as far as I'm concerned. The discount was only a few dollars after deducting the shipping cost. I'm generally happy with the cards, especially the postcards and the stickers. It'd be better if the shipping time could be a little shorter without having to incur too much in shipping cost!
Hence, I'm upgrading the rating from a -1 to +2. I do like the printing quality and the flexibility in the designs. It'd probably be a better deal for those who resides in US and Europe!
If you'd like a discount, email me and I'll send you a code for a 10% discount!
I read about this business through Lunch member TaniaGail and decided it's a good idea and exactly what I needed. That was back then in May. I then made an order in early June and all things seem to work well. Yes, the site offers a great selection of artistic background for the cards, yes, the price is a little higher than normal but not too exorbitant. And yes, it was even relatively easy to work around the software to have everything preorder. That's what … more
Pictured are my new Moo Business Cards created with select photos from my Flickr collection. They are printed on recycled card stock making a sturdy and unique business card. The colors of the printed images remain true to the original photos and the images are nicely scaled to the size of the card. Using the Moo software, you can import photos from Flickr, Facebook or Etsy to create your masterpiece. Don't have good photos? No problem, the Moo people provide … more