We can print your company’s business cards in any number of ways: full color, spot color, short run digital, embossed, foil stamped, round corners, you name it! See below for popular options, important planning considerations, design templates and an estimation form.
- Full-color Digital
- 2- or 3-color Offset
- Rounded Corners
- Raised Printing (Thermography)
- Embossing & Foil Stamping
- Consider the potential length of names and email addresses in your card layout
- Consider printing ‘shells’. Print a large quantity of cards with only the non-changing design elements. Then imprint names as needed in the future.
- Keep information at least 1/8″ away from the edge of the card.
From standard 4×6 postcards to jumbo promo cards, we can handle your next postcard project all the way through mailing. See below for popular options, important planning considerations, design templates and request for quotation.
- 4 x 6 Standard (Lowest mailing rate)
- 5 x 7 Greeting Size
- 8.5 x 6 Deluxe
- 11 x 6 Jumbo
- Minimum postcard size allowed by the USPS is 3.5 x 5
- Maximum postcard size allowed at the USPS discounted First-class Postcard rate is 4.25 x 6
- If you are lasering addresses on the mailing side or expect people to write on the card, you’ll need to specify C1S (Coated 1 Side) paper.
Folding cards are used for invitations, announcements and greetings. Typically they are mailed in an envelope and need to be sized correctly to fit. See our Envelope Guide for more information. Folding cards mailed without an envelope are called Folded Self-Mailers. See our Folded Self-mailer page for more information. Folding cards are conventionally folded in half with a single fold, but can incorporate more folds if desired. See our Folding Guide for more information.
- A2 format (5.5 x 4.1875 folded)
- A6 format (6.25 x 4.5 folded)
- A7 format (7 x 5 folded)
- Create a folded mock-up of your card to help visualize the arrangement of the panels.
- Keep ink away from the fold, as the ink can crack and flake away after folding.