What is the difference between colored paper and printing with ink to color a card?
-Ink printing allows you to create any color you want using CMYK values. This can also mean that it can vary in the final printing result.
-The edge of the ink printed card will be white
Is colored paper right for you?
-Yes, if you want the entire card, even the edges to be completely colored.
-Yes, if you want to be absolutely sure of the color you will receive
-Yes, if you like thin business cards, because Color Business Cards are fairly thin.
I do not want the colors you offer for Colored Business Cards. Can you change it for me?
-If you want a different color than what we have offered in our Colored Business Cards, you need to use ink printing to create the color using CMYK values.
Can I do ink printing on Colored Business Cards?
-You can only print with white ink. Colored paper is so boldly colored, printing using a color other than white will affect the final printed result.
Do I want Midnight or Black Paper?
-Midnight: A thin, black business card option from our Colored Business Cards prints white ink. It only takes one day to finish printing. It can also allows Foiling.
–Black: A thick, black business card with the option to upgrade the paper thickness. The entire design will be done in Foiling.
Can Black Paper allow ink printing?
-Black paper is heavily saturated, which makes it difficult to get accurate color representation with ink printing. In order to have accurate color results, we offer Foiling which is stamped on. Therefore, you can be sure of the color in the final result.
How many Foiling colors can I have?
-As many as you like, after approval of the printing team
-The website automatically focuses on one type of Foiling color per set of Black business cards. However, you can have as many Foiling colors as you like, but you need to run the design through our printing team to make sure there are no technical issues with your design.
I want a thick black business card. What are my options?
-Black Paper business cards are the best choice. They come in two thicknesses; 14pt, which is the standard business card thickness in the U.S. and in 16 pt, which is slightly thicker.
I want a white ink printed look, but on the thick black paper business cards. What do you recommend?
-Use the Black Paper business cards and select Matte Silver Foiling. Since it has little to no shine, and is a light gray color, it can give a final result of white ink printing.