I usually go with OvernightPrints.com. I just ordered some last night from them using a coupon for 100 FREE double sided cards, and shipping was under $5. I've ordered from them a few times before, and they do a pretty great job.
My first gut instinct was to go with A...But after my eyes adjusted, I think I like E the best! I'm not sure how small you want to get with it, but if you're working with a really good printer I don't think the gradient would get too lost.
Love the name and general concept of your logo, regardless. It's cute, yet classy and the cat itself works great to help define your brand. So, you're off to a great start!
@raelynn93 I loooove the patterned duct tapes! You can usually find them at Wal-mart and Target, but even at those places they can be kind of elusive. So, if you do a lot of duct tape stuff, it's a good idea to grab a few rolls of the patterned kinds when you find it.
Oh my gosh....thanks for the love everybody!! When I first started doing these I had no idea how people would react and all the positivity is very much appreciated!
Embroidering duct tape isn't the easiest thing I've ever done, but I like the sort of mixed media feel that it gives the wallets. It's sort of a traditional kind of craft with a non-traditional medium. Or something. It's just really important to clean off the needle every few stitches because the adhesive of the tape will gunk it up.
@tunami56: A mix of Etsy (some of these have already sold) and holiday gifts to friends and fam.
So I decided to try something new with my wallets, and make up my own little critters and things to put on them. I've never been very confident with my drawing skills, but I'm pretty chuffed with how these turned out (simplified as they are). I also tried to work in some embroidery, which is kind of difficult on tape, but mostly turned out well...right?