Silk Laminated Business Cards - Overview

Our silk laminated business cards are matte laminated and are available in three extra thick paper stock options: 18 pt, 32 pt duplex, and 48 pt triplex.

Silk laminated cards come with a huge array of special finishing options, such as: round corners, spot uv, hot foil stamping, die cutting, embossing, colored edges, hole drilling, duplexing, and more.

18 PT Silk Matte Laminated

 18 PT Silk Matte Laminated >

Silk business cards are printed in full color on two sides of a silk matte laminated cover stock.

32 PT Silk Matte Laminated

 32 PT Silk Matte Laminated >

Premium silk business cards are printed in full color on two sides of an double thick 32 pt matte laminated paper.


Silk Laminated Business Cards + Premium Add-Ons

To add: foil stamping, spot uv gloss, pms inks, edge coloring, embossing, or other specialty add-ons, choose the 32 pt silk cards page below:

What is Silk Matte Lamination?

Silk business cards feature a thin film, applied to both sides of your card, that sandwich and seal the natural fibrous paper stock. If you have ever purchased an Apple product, then you are already familiar with how silk paper feels because all of their product packaging features a silk matte laminate.

Learn More: Benefits of Silk Matte Lamination

silk business cards with spot uv

Silk business cards with Spot UV

One of the most popular production combos is to use silk lamination in conjunction with spot uv. Although using spot uv on our standard 16pt matte stock creates a beautiful visual and tactile contrast, adding the silk layer makes that contrast even more dramatic.

Add Foil Stamping to your Silk Cards

Adding hot foil stamping to your silk cards is an amazing way to create visual contrast. The striking shimmer of the foil against the flat matte stock is simply stunning.

Silk Creates Perfect Edges

Cards printed with heavy ink coverage of dark color (black) may show flecks chipping off the edge of the cards after trimming. Choosing silk is the best way to avoid chipped edges. The fibers of the card stock are sandwiched between two layers of laminate, and when trimmed, the laminate will preserve the integrity of the stock preventing any fraying at the edges.

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