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Thermography Styled Image Courtesy of Envelopments

Image Courtesy of Envelopments

Image Courtesy of Envelopments

Laser Cutting & Die Cutting -  are specialty paper cutting techniques that create custom shapes through various materials.

Laser Cutting relies on high-powered laser machines that can produce intricate details and patterns, such as lace or floral, as seen above, cut into paper, acrylic, wood, and even more types of material. Die Cutting relies on a custom steel cutting die to cut a specific shape into thin, flat material such as paper, cloth, leather, and even sheet metal.  These techniques are an ideal choice if you want to add another layer of custom to your stationery design. 

Letterpress -  a specialty printing method that creates an impression of your text or image on card stock, achieved using a printing press. Using custom plates that are created specifically with your design, ink is pressed into the paper using high pressure, resulting in the final imprint. Smooth to slightly textured heavyweight card stock is recommended for this specialty printing to maximize the look of the impression.

Foil Stamping Styled Image Courtesy of Envelopments
Letterpress Styled Image Courtesy of Envelopments

Foil Stamping -  a specialty printing method that creates a foiled text or image, traditionally seen in gold or silver. Using a custom plate that is created specifically with your design, foil  is pressed into the paper using high pressure, resulting in the final foil imprint. This printing technique can turn a simple design into an elegant work of art. Card stock having a slight texture can add another layer of luxury for your guests to experience.

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As Seen on The Knot

Thermography -   a specialty printing method that relies on heat to create raised ink, resulting in an elegant, tactile effect. A resin powder is applied to the paper, adhering to the ink. Once the excess powder is removed, heat is used to dry the powder-ink mixture, creating the raised effect. Thermography is a cost-effective alternative of achieving the look of texture without the added cost of creating custom plate(s).