FAQs - Holographic Foil Business Cards

Are holographic foil business cards just for kids' birthday party invitations?

No! Holographic foil is great for creatives, tech businesses, and anyone wishing to stand out in a sea of plain paper.

How do business cards use holographic foils?

Foil stamping applies holographic foil to business cards. Heat and pressure transfer foil to paper, creating a remarkable three-dimensional impression.

Can my business cards have any color holographic foil?

Most holographic foils are silver, gold, or rainbow. You can get sparkles or starbursts or little globs. (You can see them here!)

Are holographic foil business cards more expensive than ordinary cards?

Holographic foil business cards might be more expensive than ordinary cards depending on quantity, foil, and printing procedure. The foil's visual appeal may be worth the extra expense.

Are holographic foil business cards durable?

Carefully handled holographic foil business cards are equally durable as ordinary cards. The foil may chip or peel if the cards are handled roughly or in severe temperatures. To preserve holographic foil business cards, store and handle them carefully.

What are the best holographic business cards?

When it comes to holographic business cards, you want to look for the best of the best. Here are a few things to keep in mind:

Quality: Use high-quality paper and holographic foil. Ain't nobody got time for blurry or uneven foil!

Design: Choose a design that communicates your brand. Keep the design simple—the holographic foil is the star.

Other special features: Holo foiled edges are awesome!

Can I get my holographic business cards with a different finish?

If you want to get all fancy with your business cards, you can definitely add some extra finishes to that holographic foil!  Here are some choices to think about:

Spot gloss: Use a clear, glossy finish to make certain parts of your card shine.

Extra Foil Stamping: Use metallic foils in different colors to go for the gold (or silver, or copper).

Letterpress: Press the ink into the paper to make it feel smooth and expensive.

Embossing: It's cool to have letters and logos that stand out.