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When quality and presentation is of utmost importance, the best route is a thick uncoated business card with all the fixings. The treatments on this card are amazing. We used a bright blue metallic foil on a black process CMYK printed background. They are trading card size business cards and finished with matching blue edge paint. We can’t say enough about these wonderful business cards, they are just “Gee Eye Catching”! Yes, pun intended.
You can visit their website here – GeeEyeCare.com
A very simple and unique business card with a custom die cut shape and green painted edges. These business cards were printed on a 16pt coated stock with a smooth matte finish and die cut to this unique shape that truly makes these business cards stand out from the rest. They are another prime example of what you can achieve with great design on a set budget. Great business cards don’t have to be over the top expensive.
Do you have your own shape in mind? Request a free quotation here. Custom BUsiness Card Quote
For whatever reason, these cards did not make it on Creattica, but here they are for everyone to see. The cards are printed on 24pt Uncoated Stock. They were then put on the letterpress to be debossed and then foil stamped. The cards were die cut to finished size and detailed with nickel painted edges. These cards are one set of three that were printed for Sapphire, so cost was much less per set vs only printing one set at around $840 for 1000 with all these treatments. Printing two or three sets at one time will lower the cost dramatically. If this is something that interests you for your own, please use our custom quote form.
Here we have a highly customized business card with a double foil on 1 side and a single foil on the other. The cards were printed on our exclusive uncoated 24pt card stock. Then they were put on the letterpress to add the foil to each side of the cards with a gold and ruby color foil. Finally the cards were die cut to finished size to avoid any damaging from standard stack cutting since each card is die cut individually and the completed in a gold painted edge.
You can visit their website here J.A Kirsh.com
Die Cut Business Cards – iPhone Apps cards are a great alternative use to standard business card printing. All of our business card sizes and shapes can be used for many different types of applications. These were used as a small advertisement on an iPhone App. This shape can also be used as a coaster or a business card that stands out. The choice is yours and there are tons of things you can use them for.
Silk Business Cards are a great way to show off custom treatments like Debossing or Embossing. The protective coating on the stock helps with clean impressions. These cards also do pretty well with painted edges. Painted edges typically come out clean and even and give an extra value to the cards without being an overwhelming option that may ruin the cards. Should you want to have any of these treatments/options added to your silk business cards, use this custom business card quote form.
The best alternative to boring business cards is painted edges. Why painted edges? The price is under $50 for 1000 cards. Most treatments start at around $195 extra. This is a very affordable way to add that extra touch at a great price and without breaking the bank. Making your statement is simple and never overbearing. Try painted edges on your next business card project
Full color foil business cards are the new way of showing off a multiple color range in vibrant full color. The cards themselves are printed on standard 16pt card stock with a choice of full matte finish, full gloss finish or spot uv finish. Need a different size? Send us a quote request.
WINNER WILL BE POSTED HERE ON THIS PAGE ON MAY 9TH 2012 AS A REPLY TO THEIR COMMENT. WINNER WILL BE CHOSEN BY RANDOM NUMBER DRAWING FROM RANDOM.ORG. DO NOT ENTER MORE THAN ONCE TO AVOID BEING DISQUALIFIED. Last entry by May 8th 11:59pm
Okay, the last giveaway we had was awesome and we had a great response. This time we are doing things a little different. It’s pretty simple to enter with four easy steps.
DONE. Not too much to ask for a set of business cards worth about $180 to $205 right?
The 24pt Premium Soft Touch is pretty special. It consists of a heavy weight coated c2s card stock with an ultra premium Soft Touch finish. The cards are luxurious and have a creamy, silky texture. The printing on these cards usually comes out very rich and vibrant. They are currently our most expensive cards.
The 24pt Coarse Uncoated business cards are in a league of their own. With a gritty, offwhite cast, you get a watercolor type, vintage feel to the finished product. The stock prints undersaturated and will have a muted appearance when complete.
Our 22pt Uncoated Business Card stock has a very bright white color rating of 98 brightness. It also is 10% recycled material and carry many certifications including a FSC environmental certification. The stock prints a bit undersaturated with better color representation than the uncoated 24pt stock.
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Are you a professional start up business looking for more of an executive look and feel without any of the shiny stuff? Our new business starter package is a perfect blend of quality uncoated stocks. The business cards are 14pt uncoated and the envelope and letterhead are a nice 70lb text. You can find them here. Executive Starter Package.
Just need business cards – Business Card Printing
A little information about uncoated paper stocks. Uncoated stocks do not have the same coatings as a coated stock. They are usually in raw form and will absorb some of the ink printed on it. This is called dot gain. Coated stocks tend to set right on top of the paper instead of set in and desaturate in the process.