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Turn every introduction into your chance to impress with personalised business cards.

A high quality business card sets the tone for your business, not just making a great impression but creating a lasting connection too. That’s where we can help. We use only premium quality 350gsm thick card as standard. The standard size and most commonly used size in Ireland is 85mm x 55mm.

Cards can be printed portrait or landscape single sided or double sided. Select from uncoated paper or a silk or gloss coated paper . What’s the difference? Uncoated paper is more absorbent so the ink sinks in more and appears flatter; silk-coated paper has a low sheen and gloss coated paper has a high sheen.

Our high quality business cards are printed on paper grades ranging from 300gsm up to 350gsm silk. Finally, to further enhance your cards, you can choose whether to have a matt or gloss lamination finish. Matt lamination gives a soft, contemporary effect. Gloss lamination gives a higher quality shine finish than gloss card.

2 Corner options: Standard Square for a sharp and stylish look or Rounded for a smooth, fresh and modern look.


Colour Format: CMYK

Resolution: 300 dpi (minimum)

Bleed area: 91 x 61 mm

Make sure that your background extends to fill the bleed to avoid your  cards having white edges when trimmed.

Trim size: 85 x 55 mm

This is where we aim to cut your cards.

Safe Area: 80 x 50 mm

Text: Outlined or embedded


Are business cards effective?

Business Cards are still a very effective and affordable way to promote your business, showing professionalism and care for your customers. Easy to carry, they are very flexible in the way you can use them. A well designed and professionally printed business card will always be a good way to show your brand values and quality in the glimpse of an eye.

How thick is a business card?

Business card thickness is usually measured in “grammes per square metre” abbreviated as “gsm” The higher the number, the thicker the card. Standard business card thickness is 350 gsm.

What size are business cards?

Here’s a quick rundown of standard business card size:
Business card size in inches: 3.5″ x 2″
Business card size in cm/mm: 85 x 55 mm
Business card size in Photoshop: 1050 x 600 pixelsWe also offer square cards or rounded corner cards, which are a little different than typical business card size. Also, when you’re designing or choosing a template, remember that business card dimensions may include a “bleed area,” which is extra space for images, patterns or design elements that extend beyond the cut edges – this helps prevent having white edges around your finished card.

How do I pick a business card layout?

Traditionally, business cards have a horizontal layout, but if you’re going for a different, modern feel, we have a lot of templates for vertical business cards, too.

Which finish should I choose for my business cards?

Applying a lamination on business card printing is a common choice. A glossy or matte lamination provides for a more durable business cards and convey a premium feeling. Glossy finishing is usually best for designs where images are predominant, while matte is the main choice for product with a text predominance. Some people prefer to laminate only one side of the business card, to make it easier to write notes on the unfinished side.

How do I create my business cards design?

You have various options to create your business card design. You can choose to upload your file ready for printing or use our online editor to personalize one of our business cards templates. If you need a professional help from a designer, you can select from our affordable design services. We can replicate a design you already have or create a new unique design for you.



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