Folded Business Card Printing

Folded Business Card Printing

Stand up and stand out with double the panels, double the contact information.

Premium Business Card Printing

Premium Business Card Printing

A classic for memorable interactions. A perfect combination of you and your brand.

Square Business Card Printing

Square Business Card Printing

Human palms are 3 inches wide on average. These fit right in them.

Create with Confidence

With Perfect ProofTM, you have total control of your project. No more guesswork. No more anxiety. No more limitations. All specifications - paper, folding, finishes and more - are included, so you know exactly what to expect when you receive your finished product. 

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Turnaround Process

Day 1Submit your artwork. Approve your online proof.
Day 2Receive your Perfect Proof™. Submit approval via email.
Day 3Your order starts printing.

Here is a typical turnaround scenario for requesting Perfect ProofTM

No more Pantone-ish color.

95% of the Pantone library without hassle, cost or delay of custom mix inks. TruSpot

An actual finished sample at your doorstep.

See it. Touch it. Feel it. Before you print. Perfect Proof

Work with the same person on every project.

A dedicated account manager who knows you and your projects. Learn More

Paper Options

Paper selection is a critical aspect of the design process, especially when it comes to business cards. Here are all our standard paper options.

14pt Cover

14pt is the standard for business cards. You can order 14pt as uncoated or with a premium finish on one or both sides.

18pt Cover

18pt is noticeably stiffer than 14pt paper. Like 10pt and 14pt, it can be ordered as uncoated or with a premium finish on one or both sides.

Finishing Options

A paper’s finish can make all the difference when it comes to the way your finished product looks, feels, and functions. For example, uncoated papers are perfect for writing.

Here are all the standard finishing options for our business cards so you can decide what works best for your project.



A bright white paper without any coating that makes text easy to read. Uncoated papers can be written on with anything that can leave a mark (pencils, pens, markers, etc.).



A slightly reflective, smooth finish that makes colors pop. Most ballpoint pens can write on gloss coating.

High Gloss


A highly reflective finish the produces vibrant colors. High gloss can be written on with some permanent markers if needed.



A satin finish that makes colors slightly muted while enhancing readability. Matte coating can be written on with rollerball pens.

Soft Touch


A luxuriously soft finish that makes colors slightly less muted than matte. Rollerball pens and some permanent markers can write on soft touch coating.