Find a Supper Club

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Start that business! Win a set of Moo cards...

MOO Giveaway in association with Find A Supper Club


In my book Supper Club, I talk about the importance of marketing in setting up your supper club or  food business. One of the 'tools' I used was Moo cards. I started with the mini sets and have now moved onto the matte rounded corner cards that can print a picture on both sides. Moo have done wonders in making business cards both attractive, flexible, easy to order and cheap! Plus they come in cute cardboard dispensers. I really recommend them.

I’m delighted to announce that the folks at MOO.COM have provided us with prizes for 5 lucky members in an exclusive giveaway! If you have not come across MOO before, they love to print business cards- but also check out their range of Postcards, unique MiniCards, StickerBooks, Greeting cards, and much more!


Who is MOO?


MOO was born from a love of beautiful, high-quality print and design. They make printing beautiful cards and MiniCards easy! Upload your own images or artwork to create truly creative cards, or you can choose a designer business card template to personalise with your own details.


Competition Prizes


5 sets of 100 Classic or mini Business Cards for 5 separate winners.


How To Enter


For a chance to win one of the MOO prizes, all you have to do is post a comment below and tell us what dish or food based design you would create and photograph (and why!) to make your business cards stand out from the crowd? We’re looking for fun, creative and unique answers, only the best will win!


Winners will be chosen from the comments below! Please enter a valid email address so we are able to contact you. 

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Comment by Kirsten Foster on June 25, 2012 at 8:52

Great news! I'm on hols in France so maybe I'll start taking some cassoulet-smeared crockery shots here. Thanks Kerstin and Moo x

Comment by Hidden Tearoom on June 25, 2012 at 8:23

oooh I must have missed this yesterday!  THANK YOU.  oh tooo exciting for a Monday morning.  I think I need a cup of tea to calm me down a bit before I call Ben and froth at him! xx

Comment by Secret Sunday Lunch Club on June 24, 2012 at 17:05

Fantastic news!  Congrats everyone and thank you Kerstin and Moo!

Comment by msmarmitelover on June 24, 2012 at 7:57

 Congratulations to the winners! 

Emily at


Sarah Bradley 

Kirsten Foster


Thanks for your entries!

Moo will be in touch with you all soon...

Comment by Secret Sunday Lunch Club on June 23, 2012 at 11:40

So many ideas! 

  1. Because my logo is a gravy boat I have been given quite a few and now have quite a good selection.  Each card would therefore have half a gravy boat at each side i.e. handle on the left and spout on the right, then when the cards are lined up all together they make a whole boat.  And you can mix and match to make silly boat designs.
  2. Or keep it simple with just a beautiful photograph of each white gravy boat on a white background.
  3. Finally, as my speciality is proper roast Sunday lunch, it would have to be shots of classic joints of meat, all perfectly cooked (sounds a bit M&S!)
  4. Ooo, and could do the gravy boat idea with meat, but that might look a bit weird!

All very exciting!

Emily at

Comment by Hidden Tearoom on June 10, 2012 at 18:23

oooh that would be cool.  Perhaps with your signature across the stomach in lipstick as it was happily filled thanks to you!  

Comment by msmarmitelover on June 10, 2012 at 17:33

I like the idea of a full hairy belly being the

Comment by Hidden Tearoom on June 9, 2012 at 13:00

I think it would have to be a collage; me in my vintage retro outfits one with my finger infront of my mouth denoting 'shhhh' for the secret element of the club, one holding one of my silver dome serving dishes with it closed then one of the same but with the dish open and the platter full of my little quirky treats.  The backing to these three pictures would have to be tiny shots of my specialities; my little school milk bottles with paper straws and home-made choc milk, my little glasses of homemade lemonade, cakes as I always serve them in cups (cupcakes), little shortbreads in flower shapes, small heart-shaped scones and my huge jars of pickled onions.  Maybe if there is room then some shots of my home-baked ham,   jars of my jam and not forgetting the whole delicious cheeses made at the farm up the road. Nom nom nom. 

Comment by Sarah Bradley on June 9, 2012 at 12:08

I think I may try Moo for my business anyway but who would say no to the chance to try for free.  I'd have flames licking a tray of clams and monkfish in one of my beautiful wood-fired ovens - I am on a mission to convert the world -  oh and pictures of my daughter's face as she bites into the first of what normally turns into a bit of a Saturday evening pizza fest - there is not alot we haven't tried and caramelised onions, thyme, anchovy and mozzarella take some beating... maybe with a little bit of prosciutto crudo just as they come out.

Comment by Kirsten Foster on June 9, 2012 at 8:09

A selection of happily empty messy plates, smears of sauce, crumbs of pud, encrusted cutlery... and maybe some full, satisfied bellies!

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