Last but not late to the Randolph Flea party (see our other finds here and here) is this tiny tin, found at the Apartment 528 booth. For just 4 dollars (alphabet dividers included, how polite), we planned to use it as shelter for our growing collection of business cards.
Yes, I know we can log this information in various computer programs, but no way, dudes. With all the styles, papers, colors, and press being so impressive, I couldn’t imagine tossing them all and going digital. (You must also realize that this is coming from a girl that resisted digital photography until a few years ago. And still doesn’t know how to work a smart phone.) They’re inspiring, really.
And rather than being clustered in the dark corners of our filing cabinet, I think they look much better now. Always important.
With that, we’re finally squared up with the flea finds – aside from my growing collection of old timey photographs. As for those, well, that may be a project down the road, since my ideas involves an insane amount of massively large frames. Luckily, they store quite nicely in our sideboard; out of sight, out of mind (for now).
How do you store those cards? I’m not the last of a dying breed, am I?