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Embossed Business Cards

Luxury Cards will give your company the edge over your competitors with embossed business stationery!

Embossing creates a raised design on all your stationery, giving it a 3-D effect and lending it a touch of class. Your business cards will have eye catching appeal and stand out from the rest. Luxury Cards are experts in embossing business cards, company presentation folders, stationery and invitations.

The Embossing Process

Embossing makes a raised effect on surface. Two dies, one raised and one recessed, are used for the embossing process. Paper is fed in between the two dies and the raised die forces the stationery up to form the embossed image. This is the reverse of the debossing process, whereby the pattern is recessed into the paper surface. Embossing is one of the final finishing stages in the printing process and is performed after an item has been laminated and trimmed.



Setting Up the Embossing Press Run

When setting up the stationery for embossing, it may not align perfectly with the print image and a standard tolerance of ± 1/64 inch is to be expected. For this reason, the use of fine lines or small text is not recommended for embossed images. However, it is normal for only the first few items in the press run to show evidence of this shift.

To avoid misalignment of images during embossing, you can consider blind embossing your stationery. During blind embossing, no ink is used on the embossed area. As an alternative, this process can add an elegant touch to your business cards.

Our embossing cost starts at only $50, with no set-up fees!


Luxury Cards does not charge set-up or platemaking fees. There is a once-off cost for set-up of your unique dies. Once the dies are struck, they will be kept for whenever you need the next embossing run on your stationery or business cards.

Our embossing cost is based on the area of the embossed surface. The price we quote you includes a surface area up to three square inches. Any larger surface requires a larger die and will be charged at an additional cost.