12 Business Cards that Use Raised Ink
Raised ink lends visual interest and some really cool texture to your business card that can help you stand out.

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Using raised ink on your business card is a great way to break away from the traditional and grab the attention of your potential employer or contact while still maintaining some subtlety. That little extra dye can make your card colorful, eye-catching, and add a textured effect. Here are a few examples of raised ink business cards that showcase different, interesting possibilities.


Business Cards with Raised Ink 2

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Business Cards with Raised Ink 3

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Business Cards with Raised Ink 5

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Business Cards with Raised Ink 6

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Business Cards with Raised Ink 7

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Business Cards with Raised Ink 8

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Business Cards with Raised Ink 9

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Business Cards with Raised Ink 10

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Business Cards with Raised Ink 10

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Business Cards with Raised Ink 12

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Business Cards with Raised Ink 13

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These are just a few ideas, and by no means do they even come close to encapsulating all the possibilities out there. Use these examples as a starting point and build your card up from there. Check out our printer comparisons to find an online printer who can deliver on raised ink.

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3 Comments

  1. Most of these are pretty sweet, anyone know if getting this done is expensive or what?

  2. Business card holders never work quite well for me. I have no idea why.. I love my key holder though..Italian leather Dooney & Burke.