Colored Edges: Painted or Foiled?

Embellish your card with a subtle touch of “Wow!” when you add custom edge painting or edge foil stamping.

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Colored Edge Business Cards Frequently Asked Questions

Can you write on black-edge cards?

Yes. As these cards are made of premium uncoated paper, you can easily write on them. But, you are advised to test the specific application.

Why does my business card crack around the edges?

When business cards crack around the edges, it is usually because card might contain high values of ink, as in dark colors. CLOSE UP OF BUSINESS CARD Cracked Edges This occasionally happens on a smaller fraction of cards in the run. Use lighter colors to avoid this or use little ink as possible when using dark colors. 

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