I also just received my freshly designed business cards. Overnight Prints did the printing and I'm quite pleased with how they turned out. little details: I requested rounded corners for a more handmade/less commercial touch. Also, had the front of the cards coated, but left the back uncoated to pen notes and thank yous.
As for tags, I'm using these awesome Fiskar squeeze punches to cut circles and squares from decorator paper. You squeeze the handles together and out pops a perfect circle or square (and they have tons of other shaped punches available.) The best part is they are designed so that you can see exactly what you are doing. You can punch shapes at lightening speed...such a great investment. Easy on the hands too.
Fluffy fibers attach cards to bags and tags to items. Here's "Love Bird" getting all tagged and ready for her first show. I'm finding out that prepping for an art show is more time consuming than I E*V*E*R dreamed. Admittedly, it's not helping that I am a sweater of the small stuff and think about details almost to a fault. The already packed lint brush and first aid kit are proof. Now watch me forget the art.