Our homemade “business” cards

When we travel, we meet a lot of people. Many of them are interested in following our blog and keeping in touch, so all through central/south America we found that we were constantly writing out “1year1family1world.com”. We kept saying that we should have made business cards with our blog and email addresses when we were back in Peterborough. But in La Paz, Bolivia, Jake and I made our first homemade business cards!  Each one is special: we draw a different thing we saw/activity we did on each one! We gave away all of our La Paz cards, but we made some more in Uluwatu, Bali. Each one says:
Cam, Yvonne, Kaia & Jake
1year1family1world.com
camdouglas@bell.net
Plus it’s own little twist…

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Diving and snorkeling with huge mantas at Manta Point, Komodo Park
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Watching proboscis monkeys swim across the river in Kalimantan
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Seeing platypuses in Yungaburra, Australia
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Taking a traditional dance class in Bali
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Taking a Gamelan class in Bali
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Stargazing in the southern hemisphere (see the Southern Cross?)
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Gungul, king orangutan

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Feeding endangered nail-tail wallabies in Australia
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Mother Peta with adorable baby Peter
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Little sea turtles in Gili Trawangan, Indonesia

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Balinese dance (again)

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Male proboscis monkey with huge nose
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Doing the bike tour in Bali
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Another manta!

People LOVE our business cards. One man we met on a plane in Indonesia liked them so much he wanted to take two, so we let him. And, they’re also lots of fun to make! I’m glad we didn’t print any in Peterborough, because they would have been so boring. Now, we make custom cards for all our favourite places! Each one tells a story…
Kaia

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2 thoughts on “Our homemade “business” cards”

  1. These are sooo fantastic Kaia! When you get home you could print the photos of your business cards for a wonderful story book!! It is so fun hearing about all your adventures.

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