If you’re in need of a new business card and are looking for something your contacts can really get a handle on, look no further than these 15 examples of textured business cards. Here’s a collection of plush offerings that help you stand out with great surface appeal.
1. The two-sided texture makes the design pop without distracting from the key points of information.
2. In a basic beige, this card is a textured creation that uses a blend of simple elements with great results.
3. I won’t lie--if this business card were a piece of delicious dark chocolate, I’d have a hard time resisting the urge to eat it.
4. This card makes a case for cranking up the color scheme and combining texture with vibrant neon color choices.
5. The text of this business card is small but well-placed and easy to read, pulling the entire piece together.
6. Texture takes a turn for the simple with this great black and white card.
7. With texture, repetition, embossing and great use of color, this card has it all.
8. This card is another example of using two sides to make sure the texture doesn’t overpower the message.
9. This textured example takes a step away from the ordinary.
10. This raised-text business card uses a classic font front and center to grab attention with texture.
11. The bright red commands attention and gives this card a classic feel from the get-go.
12. This card both inverts and raises the wording with flair and creativity.
13. Despite its shape, there’s nothing square about this card.
14. Go from embossed to “boss” with this powerful business card.
15. The old-school feel of this fingerprint imprint leaves a definite impression.
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Keep this in mind: When it comes to using texture on your business card, the options are fun and wide-spanning. You can push text in or pop it out. You can emboss or use two sides to your advantage. You can work with one color or many. Raised ink, embossing and textured paper are recognizable ways to use texture to create a business card that gets picked up–and kept on file.