FOILED BUSINESS CARDS WITH SPOT UV
Slim Stamped Foil Business Cards are a beautiful way to show your potential clients you mean business. Using a special print process, foil is stamped on to designated areas of the front, back, or both sides of the silky smooth 16pt silk stock business cards. You have the option to add rounded corners to the business card. Choose Stamped Foil Business Cards for a unique classy business card unlike any other. And for added taste of sophistication, you can choose to add Spot UV Glossing to specified areas to either side, or on both sides. Other foil colors available as a custom order.
PRODUCT OPTIONS & SPECIFICATIONS
- Choose from Copper, Gold, Silver, Black, Blue or Red Foils
- Choose foil stamping front only or both sides
- Choose full-color front only or printing on both sides
- Choose Spot UV finishing front, back or on both sides
- Choose traditional square corners or rounded corners
- Foil Stamped Silk Spot UV/ 16 pt.
Please Note: Do not use gradients or tight registration on Spot UV Mask Files.
HOW DO I SET UP A FOILED BUSINESS CARD ARTWORK?
We can only use one type of foil per order so for example you can not order a Foiled job with Gold foil on the front and Silver foil on the back. Foil job files are set up just like our Spot UV job files. You must provide a separate Foil mask file: black in the areas you want the foil and white in the areas you do not want the foil. All black areas should be solid 100% K with no other added colors. If you order a Foiled job with Spot UV, you’ll need to provide separate mask files for the Foil (foil mask) and UV (spot uv mask), in which case you may be required to provide up to 6 files. Please keep in mind, however, that the Foil and UV coating can’t overlap, both should be at least 1/16″ apart to avoid foil peeling off. Also, avoid using small / fine text or lines for foil objects. For best results, please make sure that foil coverage is less than 50% of the entire print side. Also, be aware that there may be up to a 1/16″ shift on the placement of the foil. Keep this in mind if you are trying to align foil with other printed artwork on the card.
For better quality we recommend creating mask files in vector based programs such as Illustrator