Business Card Printing

Reach new markets, maintain contacts and more with Eternal Marketing’s premium quality Business Cards – one product that no business can survive without! And with our high standards in quality, service and turnaround, clients are guaranteed to make an impact with some of the finest looking Business Cards in the industry.

Popular Uses & Ideas
  • Introduction of your business
  • Introduction of your personal information
  • Great for networking events
  • Use company-wide for professional business representation
  • Mommy Cards
  • Student Cards
  • Sizes
    • Available in a wide variety of sizes ranging from 1.5″ x 3.5″ up to 7″ x 2″
  • Run Sizes
    • 25 to 100,000
  • Stock Types
    • 100lb Gloss Cover
    • 14 PT
    • 14 PT Natural
    • 14 PT Pearl Metallic
    • 14 PT Uncoated
    • 16 PT
    • 18 PT C1S
    • 20 PT Clear Plastic
    • 20 PT Frosted Plastic
    • 20 PT White Plastic
    • Linen
  • Color Options ?
    • 4/0
    • 4/1
    • 4/4
  • Coating Options
    • Aqueous Coating
      It is used to protect and enhance the printed piece. Aqueous coating is applied to all 100lb gloss book and 100lb gloss cover.
    • UV Coating
      A liquid coating applied on the box, which is then bonded and cured with ultraviolet light. This coating is used to provide a protective coating to the printed image. (Please note that you CAN NOT write or imprint on uv coated jobs.)
    • Matte
      A coating that is matte or flat, not as shiny like gloss coated, but still keeps much of the ink from being absorbed by the paper and produces an excellent image.
    • Silk Lamination
      A dull matte film applied to one or both sides of a print product. Silk lamination give cards a luxurious smooth feel and may dull color and contrast slightly. Durable Silk lamination is tear and water resistant.

      • Silk Laminated with Spot UV on both sides
      • Silk Laminated with Spot UV on front only
      • Silk Laminated with Spot UV on back only
    • Spot UV Coating
      A liquid coating applied to the printed piece only in specific areas as opposed to all over coating. Indicate what areas you would like to have UV by providing a mask file where UV areas are black and No UV areas are white.

      • Spot UV on back only
      • Spot UV on front only
    • No Coating