First open a new Quark document:
Then once you have your new document open, draw a couple of frames for your business cards. Standard size is about 4.25 wide by 2.25 high.
Find or create a logo. Since you’re freelancing, you probably don’t have a logo. That’s okay, just find a piece of clip art that shows what you do. My sample business cards are for someone who would work as a web page designer, so I used a mouse. Draw a picture box inside your business card frame and import your art.
Step 2: Draw a text box and put in your information. Name, title, phone numbers, email addresses. You will want to make your name in a font that is bigger and that stands out. Adding a primary color, like red or black to your name will also make it stand out. Then make your title a different font, one that contrasts.
Do a separate text box for your contact information. It’s just easier that way. I also did a separate box for the address.
Step 3: Put a frame around your card, if you’d like. You don’t have to do this, but you might like the way it looks.
Step 4: Group all of the elements of your card together, and then duplicate the card several times on your page for printing purposes. If you are printing them on a special paper for business cards, check the paper to determine how many business cards will print on each page and then duplicate the card the appropriate number of times so it will print on your business card paper.