The text based jewelry business card is, um, text based. Think of an elegant Victorian calling card as opposed to the ones carried by used car salesmen.
The beauty of this design is that it communicates to your clients who you are and how to get in contact with you in the simplest and most elegant manner. They generally have a person’s name, and phone number, although you may (and should) include a hint about what you do so people can remember why the heck they have your card.
If you look at Emily's card above, you'll see that she cleverly integrates her profession as a designer into her website address.
That's all the information you need.
No bells, whistles, or a kitchen sink!
There is a little bit of decoration in the form of a vintage flower graphic.
If you look at an old calling card or a letterpress calling card, you'll see the use of simple, discreet graphics. Just remember to keep it simple and in line with your branding efforts.
Color Accents for Your Jewelry Business Card
Our next example is one that features color!
Since the design is so simple, you can take advantage of using some great colors, so don't be afraid to experiment and come up bold choices!