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Michele K.
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Couldn't be more pleased with how my client's cards turned out! The foil stamping is crisp, clean and meticulous. The card stock is rich and the thickness really elevates the design. My client wanted a "luxury look" and these cards exceeded our expectations!

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The gold foil cards are beautiful! They look so luxurious and are exactly what I was looking for. They have a soft suede-like touch that feels nicer than the average matte business card which is a bonus! I’m in love! Thank you!

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Nicole Naftali
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I am getting so many compliments on my new cards! The service was fantastic and I love the final product- thank you!

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Ross ORourke
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Slight bleeding of color, as the front was white and back was black.

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2.5" x 2.5" / 64 x 64 mm, 2" x 3.5" / 51 x 89 mm


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100, 250, 500, 1000

Wood Type

Bamboo, Basswood, Beach, Cherry, Maple, Oak, Sapele, Walnut

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Please set up your files with the following specs:

  • Bleeds: all files must have a 1/8″ bleed on each side
  • Safe Area: keep all critical text and artwork inside the trim
  • Colors: supply your files in CMYK color mode if you are printing 4-color process
  • Colors: supply your files with correct Pantone (U or C) colors selected in file.
  • Resolution: 300 dpi
  • Fonts: fonts must be converted to curves/outlines
  • Transparencies: flatten all transparencies
  • File Types: Preferred: PDF, EPS | Also accepted: TIFF or JPEG
  • ICC Profile: Japan Coated 2001

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What is: Fiber ?

Small strands of cotton, wood or other cellulose products which are used in making paper. In a premium market, all fibers are usually lignin free and are made into a finished product known as Pulp.

What is: Mechanical pulp ?

Groundwood pulp is produced by grinding the wood mechanically and it is used mainly for newsprint and it is the main ingredient of base stocks.

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