How Do I Print Business Cards with Raised Ink/Letters?

Raised Ink Business Card

How Do I Print Business Cards with Raised Ink/Letters?

Raised lettering on business cards is done thru a special technic used by off-set printers. They apply a dusting powder to wet ink and they react to each other causing the bubble effect. The ink they use is not available for standard printers. Therefore it is only available through printing companies.

So if you are creating your own business cards you can still do the design and take your artwork to a printer for production. You will need a hard copy and a file of your design. Keep in mind this style of print does not work for full-colour images.

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