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Strawberry Scroll Business Card

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Business, 3.5" x 2.0", 100 pack
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Size: Business, 3.5" x 2.0", 100 pack

Show your customers, clients, and potential employers you mean business with our customizable business cards. Upload your own logo, photo, or graphic, or use a pre-existing template. Skinny profile cards are a cool alternative to standard-sized business cards and fit even more easily into a wallet or small purse.

  • 2"l x 3.5"w
  • Choose from eleven types of premium card stock
  • Full-bleed, full-color printing on both sides
  • Use the "Customize it!" button to choose for more style options
  • Designer Tip: To ensure the highest quality print, please note that this product’s customizable design area measures 2" x 3.5"
Paper Type: White
This 110lb, ultra white card stock is a great choice if you are looking for the very best quality and feel.
About this design
Strawberry Scroll Business Card
Strawberry represents Perfect goodness. The romantic history of the strawberry goes back to the Greeks and Romans. The early Greeks had a taboo against eating any red foods, including wild strawberries, and this added mystery to the fruit, leading many to believe it possessed great powers.The strawberry of the Middle Ages, often portrayed in Gothic art, was the little wild, or woods, strawberry. Strawberry leaves symbolize the rank of a duke, which indicates how highly the berries were regarded. Several theories have been proposed about the origin of the name strawberry itself, but none is convincing. Some say the straw mulch often used in its cultivation inspired the name, some hold that the achenes with which the berry's surface is dotted resemble straw, others claim that the dried berries were once strung on strands of straw for decorations, while still others say that the long, strawlike runners of the mother plant (strawlike when dry) gave the fruit its name.
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