What makes a great card. To me it is a card that helped you remember the person and who they were.
A test for your card is: If someone else could take your card, add their name instead and then use it - then the card has failed. It isn't personal enough. Here are my three winners.
Winner One: Andrew James Carter
Andrew is also an astrophysicist. But I didn't need to tell you that, the card has already filled in that information. Great to see a prize mentioned on there too. And one prize is all a card can take.
Winner Two: Simon Lord
Simon has an interesting double-sided card. The hand written look by itself wouldn't be so unique. But having a range of line drawn images on the other side means that as he hands them out we each get a different card.
Winner Three: Julie Gribble
Julie also has a two sided card - and they also have variety. They all featured a word cloud from one of her scripts. A great jumping off point into talking about the work. It almost begs to have a pitch heard!
Special Mention: Andy Walsh
This card from Andrew is on a type of shiny plastic that glints in the light. It is worth a mention as different materials can make an impact.