I have been wanting new business cards for several months now but did not want to really commit to buying a bunch of new printed ones as I seem to frequently change my mind about what I want, have a hard time committing to one thing (I have probably gotten new business cards almost yearly), and often end up with way more cards than I need meaning wasted money (but they always get you with that whole "you can get 250 extra for just $5 more" talk!). After browsing around some handmade ideas, I decided to just stamp by own. I already had the stamp with my logo on it, so all I needed was something for the back with all my details like name, services, contact info, etc. I purchase my stamps from Simon Stamps who are super quick, decent quality and fairly inexpensive. You can upload your own designs to be custom made. I probably paid around $15 per stamp, a minimal investment for something so versatile.
I crafted this bunch of stamps with colorful sheets of textured paper I already had on hand. I hand cut strips which ended up in all different shapes and sizes which I liked. If you prefer the nice perfect business card sizes, various textures and colors in perfect rectangles can be purchased on etsy or various places online. For the meantime I will personally stick with my imperfect and mismatched bunch- I guess kind of similar to my personality.
If you want to craft your own the steps are really quite simple that even a child with good hand-eye coordination can help you stamp!