Your business card tells a unique story about you.
For its size and cost, your business card is the most powerful way to make a lasting impression.
Here at the home of business cards, you can choose a card style that's appropriate for your business, industry and personal style.
We offer various card types, paper stocks and extra finishes so that you are guaranteed to stand out from the crowd.
Foil stamping uses heat and metallic foils to create a shiny metallic eye catching finish on goods such as business cards, invitations, wedding stationeries, brochures, gift cards etc.
It gives a touch of elegance with a nice texture feel and creates a brilliant and unique appearance. It is mostly used to enhance typography and logos and available in a variety colours including gold, rose gold, silver, bronze, hologram, red, green, blue, etc.
Embossing creates images or design features that are raised to stand out above the surface of the paper. It is created by heat pressing into the card paper without any use of ink or foil.
It gives a strong texture feel to the card and in some cases a 3 dimensional visual effect to it as an embossed pattern is raised against the background. Debossing is the opposite effect of embossing by depressing the print. It gives the same fell but the paper is actually pressed in instead of popping out, and also creates 3 dimensional visual effects. The back side of the card will be affected by both embossing and debossing processes.
Laser Cutting is the process of using a powerful laser to cut and/or engrave certain areas on your items.
This is perfect for representing you or your business in a unique way.
Scoring refers to the process of making a crease in paper so it will fold easier. It is generally used prior to folding heavy weight papers such as cover weight papers and cardboard. In general, lighter weight papers fold well without the need for scoring. The thicker papers must need the wider scoring. Scoring also helps improve the appearance of the fold as it provides a consistent guideline as well as reduces the potential for the paper to crack or buckle.