Create a Business Card Template for Printing in Inkscape Aaron Nieze | July 20, 2015 | Tutorials, Videos | 7 Comments Let’s create a versatile business card template that allows you to print business cards with Inkscape, right from home. You can also read this tutorial here. Want to learn more? Create a Business Card Template in InkscapeCreate a Simple and Effective Ad in InkscapeDesigning a Simple Logo in InkscapeModern Business Card Design in InkscapeCreate a Dynamic Striped Background for the Web About The Author Aaron Nieze I used to create digital educational courses for graphic design, but these days I mostly linger around here and share any cool tips and tricks I come across in Inkscape. 7 Comments Fermin January 21, 2020 Reply Helpful info. Fortunate me I found your ste by accident, and I’m stunned why this accident did not came about earlier! I bookmarkedd it. Liz January 29, 2019 Reply Love your tutorials, I tried to print the business cards, the design was full bleed and the cards ended up bleeding into one another. I was really disappointed, any idea what I did wrong? I followed the measurements in the tutorial exactly. Pete November 23, 2016 Reply Thanks Aaron, this is a very clear tutorial!! Megan September 27, 2016 Reply So, I have a question. I have created my logo, and done everything how I want it, but when I copy and paste the business card, it makes it blurry looking and just terrible compared to the original I have made. What am I doing wrong? Aaron Nieze September 27, 2016 Reply Hmm… sounds like Inkscape is pasting as a bitmap for some reason. Are you on a Mac? Megan September 28, 2016 Reply Yes I am on a mac. And I can’t use my normal controls because it’s running on XQuartz. So I am having to do everything from the file menu. Haha. I don’t mind though. I really do love this program, but I am learning all this with no graphics knowledge! Haha iwan May 2, 2016 Reply Great Job! Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.Comment:*Name:* Email Address: Website: Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.