The First Impression. This item tells much about how you see yourself. It would be impossible to count how many different ways there are to produce a business card. I would guess that we could produce most of them. Many clients keep it simple and cost effective. Some clients see it as an opportunity to go wild. Some choices: paper (plastic?), ink color(s), foil stamping, die cutting, thermography, scoring, folding, uv(spot?) coating, matte laminating, blind (multi-level?) embossing . . .
Business Card Options:
Limitless Options. The Sky is the Limit! Size, paper and process are all variables. Digital or Offset printing, Thermography, Foil Stamping, Blind Embossing, Engraving, Die Cutting, Coating . . . . a combination of any or all.
Keep in mind:
Standard size for a business card is 3.5 x 2. Many companies set themselves apart by using a non-standard sized or die-cut card. Trends are for thicker cards. 100# Uncoated Cover, 14 pt. or 16pt. Coated Cover.
Graphic Design Templates & Resources
Design Notes:If you will be supplying artwork for order, please provide a sample with your request for quote. This will help us determine if there are any conflicts between your art and specs.