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Carry your business cards around in a recycled gum holder. You can even cover the box with cloth or wrapping paper, etc.
When your remotes are too big for your remote holder, make it into a desk top business card holder.
You want them on your desk and need them by the phone/computer, but you never have them when you need them. This is a quick and simple solution. Just turn it around so the support ridges on the bottom are facing you. The cards will stay in and you can see each stack.
If you make each stack for doctors, friends, etc., it's easier to just grab "the stack" and find who you are looking for. You can even divide them alphabetically.
Source: Love finding a second or more purpose for things that would end up in the landfill. These are not recyclable.
I like taking calling cards, especially from stores like beauty salons, doctor's offices, and even restaurants. I did not know where to store them. I bought a wallet size photo album from a dollar store ($1) and started putting all the cards I have taken in there. At the back of the calling cards, I note down comments like the hours and days for my favorite hairstylist or for restaurants favorite menus and what not to order (good for takeout).
By Rosario from FL
I have a dreadful time keeping up with business cards and/or remembering where I got them after a short time goes by. I took a letter size envelope and put the cards inside and made a cut in the flap.