What type of CNC machine are you building?
Those motors look to be on the small side compared to motors that I have seen other builders use (the holding torque is rated at only 75 oz. in.), but might be OK for a very small machine.
The interface card to which you have linked appears to be a parallel port breakout board. It is not designed to drive stepper motors directly, rather you would need to connect a motor driver board (either one driver board per motor, or else find a driver board that is capable of handling more than one motor) between that interface board and your motor(s).
Since those motors are 4-wire units, make sure that you locate a driver board that is designed to drive "bipolar" stepper motors (do not get one that is designed to drive "unipolar" motors).
The four terminals per axis on the interface board to which you have linked are not designed for direct connection to the four wires of each of your stepper motor(s). Rather, for each axis there appears to be an "enable" pin (to tell the motor driver whether or not to apply power to that axis), a "direction" pin (clockwise or counterclockwise), a "step" pin (to advance the motor by one increment for every pulse on that pin), and a "common" or ground pin.
In addition it looks like the board has other inputs or outputs such as for handling relay control and limit switches.