Andy and I were talking about the price of business cards last night. He was telling me how much he could get some business cards and I was astonished at the price. I told him I could get 500 business cards for around$40.00 w/ vistaprint.com. I figured if he was paying to much there are propably a lot of people out there paying to much.
A couple of years ago myself and a few others started a business. We had a shoestring budget to work with so price shopping for vendors was a must. If you are looking to start a small business, cut costs for your current business or know of someone who is starting one here is a list of quality cheap vendors.
4.www.techniprint.com- large format printing, banners, tradeshow graphics etc...They are a local company located around 7th street and Thomas in Phoenix.
5. http://www.monstertemplates.com/- website templates. Websites can be pretty pricey but if you know of someone that has done a little website design, you can choose your template on monster. The templates run around $50.00 to $60.00.
6.www.intronis.com-online backup. I don't know about you, but it's crucial in todays world to backup your information in a more secure location than your office.
I'm having my crib bedding made right now and I purchased a little extra fabric to have some pillows made up (you can't really tell from the picture but the fabric is a combination of vintage flea market hankies). Yesterday, the company making my bedding called and said my fabric had arrived. I was so excited to go pick it up yesterday; isn't it so darling? The fabric is a
Does anyone know a cheap seamstress? I need hire someone to make these pillows.
My mother in- law gave me an easy burrito recipe last week that I was dying to try but the recipe makes 30 burritos. I decided to make the burrito's up and have a party. My friends were totally excited and each brought something to add. The party was a complete success. Thank you Brian for your delicious tacos, the salsa that brought me to tears and the rediculous pinata that I made you go searching for! Thank you Josh for your homemade macayo chimichangas that I couldn't stop inhaling.Thank you Camille for the frozen daiquiries and last thanks Bekafor bringing the chips! You guys are awesome.
Here is the burrito recipe, just in case any of you girls want throw a little Mexican Fiesta.
1 bag of Costco Del Reyo (I think that's how you spell it) shredded beef
2 cans of refried beans
2 cans of diced green chiles
1 can of beef gravy
Heat all of that up and set aside.
Buy 1bag of costco un-cooked tortillas and fry up 30 tortillas.
Now start making the burritos adding a little of your mix and a sprinkle of cheese.