Instagrammer and photographer Valaree Hoge (@owlyintentions) recently shared with PostalPix her business cards that she printed out using Instagram photo prints!
We love that Valaree can showcase her own photos she’s taken to represent her in her business cards. These Instagram photo prints were printed as 2×2 photo print grids and with each grid, Valaree is able to get 9 business cards to share to her clients.
What do you do for a living? Where ya from?
- Hello! My name is Valaree Hoge, and I live in Denver Colorado. I was born in Kent, Washington, and moved to Colorado when I was five. After living in Aurora for most of our lives, my husband and I moved to Denver about a year ago. We love the character and atmosphere of the city! I enjoy trying new coffee shops, running, participating in art shows, rock climbing, meeting new people, and exploring our beautiful state. My current day job is as and assistant teacher at a privately owned preschool in Aurora. I love working with kids and getting to be an influence in their daily lives.
What are your passions?
Besides teaching, my biggest passion is photography and all things creative! I watercolor paint and try different crafts every now and then. One of my goals right now is to establish my photography business. I picked up a camera at age 6 and have not been able to put it down! I love capturing moments in peoples lives, as well as my own life. I love the feeling of looking through photos and reminiscing moments in time, and I love providing that for my clients.
Please tell us more about your PostalPix project!
- A couple of months ago, I wanted a way to get my name and photography business out there. I always knew a business card was a good way to do that (besides my other networking tools: Flickr, Facebook, Instagram, etc.) So, using my iPhone, a photo I took, and the Over app, I made a graphic with my info on it. All I had to do was use PostalPix to order a sheet of 2×2″ prints! Perfect “business card” size as well as completely customized to my style! Everyone who I have given a “business card” to absolutely loves them! I think this is an ingenious way to make use of PostalPix products.
Thanks so much for sharing this idea with us, Valaree! To see her work, visit her Facebook and Flickr pages.
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