What exactly is embossing?
The process known as embossing utilizes two opposite etched metal dies (usually composed of copper, magnesium or brass) and heat. These elements push/raise the graphic or text above the surface of a sheet of paper to create a three-dimensional, eye-popping effect. A reversed image of the design is used to make the embossing die. If the design is indented rather than raised, it is called debossing. You have probably seen or felt the raised surface of a notary seal; this is embossing. Business cards can be blind embossed, which is simply an imprint without ink or foil applied. Embossing with foil or color on the imprint adds another visually appealing and distinctive element to your business card.
Why Embossed Cards?
Custom printing is our specialty for a reason. Quality business cards that leave an impression give you more impact for your dollar. Grabbing the attention of potential clients and driving attention to your brand are essential to success, and mbossing is an elegant way to market your business message, making it memorable. Considering how many business cards your potential customers get each day and at trade shows and conventions, this custom effect can make all the difference in getting noticed. Embossed business cards make that lasting impression and are a great choice when considering business card ideas that yield results!
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