Paper Printing

Whether it's for personal or business use, the type of paper and quality of print can make a world of difference! We'll ensure your prints leave a good impression.

Name Cards

72% of the people you meet will judge your company by the quality of your business card. So let us help you get it right!

Flyers & Brochures

38% of people only keep leaflets for only a few days, yet it has a 48% conversion rate. Make one that's too good to toss with us!

Invitation Cards

Complete your special day or event with a simple yet beautiful invitation card. Not sure what details to include? Let us help!

Flange Tags

Also known as Torque tags, ideal for pipeline construction, oil & gas operations and energy suppliers.

Printing Effects

Whether it's for personal or business use, the type of paper and quality of print can make a world of difference! We'll ensure your prints leave a good impression.

Gloss or Matte Paper

Where the glossy finishes are used to emphasize color, matte prints can play up the texture in an image. 

Emboss or Deboss

Add texture to your prints or give it a 3D effect with raised or sunken patterns. Typically used for monograms or logos.

Raised Print

A.K.A thermographic printing where a special powder is added to the wet ink and heated for a shiny and raised effect.

Spot UV or Varnish

A Spot UV coating or "varnish" is applied to chosen spots (areas), of a printed card for a glossy, matte or satin effect.

Die or Laser Cut

While not strictly a printing technique, it involves cutting irregular shapes into paper to create intricate patterns.

Letterpress

A design is reproduced onto raised printing plates, which are inked and stamped onto paper for a slightly debossed effect.

Foil Stamping

Give your prints a metallic sheen to add a little glitz. Comes in a variety of colors or finishes like silver, matte, and holographic.

Others

Still not sure what's best for your paper print?