As for text I'm not sure yet. But a background of - side by side, in order from left to right - the grill of a T, the grill of an A, the grill of a 40's/50's flat V-8. Please send email. email@example.com
I'm looking for a card that expresses the three main periods of the Ford Flathead
If you have a computer and a printer, you can print your own business cards, that way, you can put what ever you want on them, and print a few or a lot, or even different cards for different occasions. Business card stock is available from Quill.com, and I am sure from other places.
Tyrone, Which period T--Brass, Black, or Nickel; Which A--28-29 or 30-31--or late '31; Which year V-8??
But yes, you could take a file with all three radiators, use it as a "watermark" in Word, and then print your own cards. This would place them in the background. By printing your own, you can also do color too!
vista print.com, 10 dollars for 250 free shipping.Just go to their website. I had some printed so i wouldn't have to write my number on a paper towel or something every time somebody wanted something fixed or whatever.
check out their free designs or they have some for cheap prices that are better.
lol, don't make life so difficult David.
I'm with Gus... I print my own and have a card for every hat change! The Watermark Dave mentioned is very cool, heck you could print Henrys face as a background in each radiator!
You can get free software at OpenOffice.org and make your own.
You can buy an Avery/Dennison business card kit at Walmart and do it on your own computer. I did and the instructions are idiot proof.
What Steve said. OpenOffice is an MS Office clone. It's 100% free and does everything the expensive MS program does. AND any file you can open in MS Office, you can open in Open Office and vice versa.
OpenOffice is the best kept secret in free software going.
I got my cards from Cafe Press. You compose the text online, which takes just a few minutes. One side is text and the other is a full-color picture of one of my favorite Model T's. The cost was $30 for 250 cards, which probably will last me forever. Quick and easy, and I had them in just a few days.
Here's one of mine done on Open Office. Easy to do, good quality, and the perfect price.
Nothing is "idiot proof"--only Idiot Resistant!
Tyrone, glad you understood my humor.
Somewhere I remember a bunch of old car art clips online--with dial up, I just can't go looking for them in any reasonable length of time. Maybe someone else can help out??
I stand corrected on idiots. Even a moron could mess up a !@# dream.
I've been seeing commercials on TV for Vista print. A business dedicated to allowing customers to design their own business cards and other business literature online. You can check it out at www.vistaprint.com. Jim Patrick