Printulu offers a variety of options for business card finishes, including Soft-touch lamination. This refinement option offers a protective finish with a matte effect and a soft, velvet-like texture. It is one of seven options available including Gloss Lamination, Matt Lamination, Straight Cut, 2 Rounded Corners – Top Left, Bottom Right, 2 Rounded Corners – Top Right, Bottom Left, and 4 Rounded Corners. Each option provides a unique look and feel for your business card, allowing customers to choose the best option for their needs.

Business Card Finishes at a glance:

  • Straight Cut Business card
  • Top Left, Bottom Right Rounded Corners
  • Top Right, Bottom Left Rounded Corners
  • 4 Rounded Corners
  • 3 Lamination Options to choose from

Types of Business Card Finishes:

If you’re looking for something more than a typical, standard business card, Printulu has you covered. We understand that you want something unique and refined. That’s why we offer three business card finish options to choose from, so you can find the perfect fit for you and your business.

Soft Touch Lamination applied to Packaging

At Printulu, we offer three types of lamination for business cards: Gloss, Matt and Soft Touch. Lamination is the process of covering the cards with a thin plastic film that protects them from water damage, scuffs, and worn edges. The Gloss and Matt Lamination options are available for both single and double-sided business cards, and they both give a high-quality, professional look. The Matt Lamination option is sturdy, with a high-class feel, while Gloss Lamination adds a shiny effect. In addition, we offer Soft Touch Lamination, also known as Cellotouch, which offers a protective finish with a matte effect and a soft, velvet-like texture that will make a memorable impression. Below is an example of soft-touch lamination.

Business Card on a table

Soft touch vs Matte business cards:

The question of Soft touch lamination vs Matt lamination finishing is best answered by you. What type of feeling is it that your company better fits with? Soft touch lamination tends to exude a more luxurious feel whereas matte can lean more towards organic.
Personally, I prefer soft touch lamination – The feeling is addictive.

Business Card Finishing Options:

Printulu offers several finishing options for business cards, catering to those who know exactly what they want, as well as those who are less familiar with printing options. The Straight Cut option is a standard, no-frills option with straight edges. For those who want something with a bit more edge (or less depending on how you view it), the 2 Rounded Corners options are available, with corners rounded on opposite ends of the card. This option gives a modernised look. The 4 Rounded Corners option is for those looking to make a bold statement, with all four corners of the card neatly rounded for a simple yet elegant look.

If your company requires a lot of information on your business card, you could consider a folded business card to get the job done. Custom shape business cards can also be ordered, request a quotation from our support agents for custom business cards.

Business Card Example

Which Business Card Finishing Option Should I choose?

Matt Lamination: Organic / Earthy / Modern / Technology

Gloss Lamination: Beauty / Automotive

Soft Touch Lamination: Industries that are all about extreme luxury 

At Printulu, we understand that you want to know exactly what you are paying for before ordering. That’s why we offer a Paper Booklet, a sample booklet of the paper we use for our business cards, so you can see and feel the paper before committing to a full batch. We also offer an unbranded booklet version for resellers. If you prefer not to order a sample booklet, our team is available to assist you with any questions about business card finishes. You can contact us at [email protected] or subscribe to our newsletter for updates on our latest offers.

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