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Foil Business Cards

These luxurious foiled business cards are perfect for high end companies. They are printed with hot foil in a choice of colours including gold, silver, copper, red, blue and white. You can choose between various shapes and finishes depending on your needs and requirements.

    £33New


Qty55 x 85 mm (Standard) 55 x 55 mm (Square) 85 x 25 mm (Mini)
25£33 £38 £38
50£35 £42 £42
100£45 £52 £52
250£55 £62 £62
500£69 £78 £78

If you want the first impression of your business to be one of sophistication, then these metal-effect business cards will be ideal for you.  

There are three finishes to choose from:

Silk: this is 350gsm and has a slight sheen to it.

Uncoated: this is 340gsm and doesn’t have a finish, making it perfect to write on.  

Silk Velvet: this is 350gsm and has soft-touch lamination on the front and back.
 
The hot foil can only be applied to one side of the card, but it is available in a range of colours include gold / silver and copper.

There are also three sizes to choose from: standard (55 x 85mm), square (55 x 55mm) or mini (85x 25mm).

Colour: CMYK both sides  
Foil: ** 1 side only**  

Foil Business Cards Templates

You can send your foil business card artwork to us as a PDF, PS, Illustrator or InDesign file. Choose the format you prefer and it will help you create the perfect business card.

85 x 55 mm (Standard)

Please choose one of the following templates to download and use for your artwork.

         


55 x 55 mm (Square)

Please choose one of the following templates to download and use for your artwork.

         

 


85 x 25 mm (Mini)

Please choose one of the following templates to download and use for your artwork.

         

1) What is foil printing?
This is when foil is applied to the lettering to make it shiny.

2) What are the benefits of foil printing?
It gives a sense of sophistication to your business cards.

3) How does foiling work?
The metallic foil is achieved by applying heat to the stock surface.