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Eco-friendly Business Card Printing

• Our Recycled, Forest Friendly Paper is up to 100% Recycled

• Eco-friendly Printing Every Step of the Way

• Need special Di-cut Business Cards - we can do it! Contact Us

We offer four high quality, environmentally friendly, FSC Certified papers to choose from. Each varies in recycled content, weight, look and feel.

Mohawk Uncoated Cover has a smooth print surface which delivers crisp results.
• 50% - 100% Post-consumer Waste & Recycled Content
• 95 Brightness

Reincarnation Matte Cover has a unique and sophisticated look and feel.
• 100% Recycled, 60% Post-consumer Waste
• 92 Brightness

Dull (Silk) Stock is perfect for items that rely on photographs or fine artwork.
• 55% Recycled, 30% Post-consumer Waste
• Acid Free and Archival Quality

Gloss Stock is a heavy-weight stock that is durable, yet well-suited for folding.
• 55% Recycled, 30% Post-consumer Waste
• Acid Free and Archival Quality
• 91 Brightness
Square Business Card:
• Standard size - 2x2 inches
• Round Corner option available for an additional charge
• Gloss or Lamination Option available for added durability
• Variety of Eco-Friendly Paper Choices

Color Options:
• Full Color (CMYK) both sides
• Full Color on Front and Black on Back
• Full Color Front only

Recycled and Non-Recycled Paper, Eco-friendly Practices:
• Non-toxic water-based latex inks and soy-based inks
• Scuff-resistant, non-toxic aqueous coating
• Efficient minimal waste practices
• Chemical-free plate processing
• FSC Certified Recycled Paper
For additional Support and Guidance with your order, browse the help topics on our Support Page.

Here you'll find information on:
• Our Free Downloadable Templates
• Proofing Options
• File Preparation
• Mailing Services
• Postal Regulations
• Eco-friendly Paper Choices

If you can't find what you need, drop us a line. We will get back to promptly!
What makes a “standout” business card?
A well designed business card is important – it is usually someone’s first impression. You want it to be professional.
There are many ways you can approach the design of your business card and much depends on your business and the service you provide.
#1 - A basic business card, in general, is hardly more than contact information presented on a cream or white card stock – eco-friendly, recycled card stock if the business cards were printed with PrintingGreen. It is all you need for a straight forward business. With a nice logo, you’ll deliver a clean, concise message.
#2 - If you are an agent or repetitive of sorts, including a photograph on your business card is helpful. Real Estate Agents generally add photos to their business card. If part of your business includes making home visits as would an exterminator or agent, adding a photo to your business card allows the customer to recall your face. It adds a level of confidence and I dare say security.
#3 - A product image – sketch or photo – isn’t a bad idea, as long as it isn’t in addition to other image elements. You don’t want a circus on your business card. But if a single product is your mainstay, then featuring it on your business card is ideal.
#4 - Unconventional materials are certainly used for business cards – wood, plastic, metal. But those can get very, very expensive and are more suited for someone in the arts and design fields. Though an auto mechanic could cleverly print on metal sheets –it is unlikely the fancy card would make a difference in the volume of business. Cleverly designed business cards do little to communicate dependable mechanic. Always keep you message and product in mind and how your potential client relates to it.

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