Choose Surface Finishing
Tarot cards, oracle cards, affirmation cards, instruction booklets, and box printing are commonly used for surface finish. In addition, there is some beautiful special craftsmanship, which is very delicate to match with various cards.
Normal gloss effect, dust and water resistant, colors look brighter.
Designs printed with this effect look less glossy, and colors and images look softer.
The process is specific to ultra-high gloss, especially in dark designs. It also has higher abrasion resistance and clarity.
The process is a surface finish with a glossy effect, which is suitable for designs with a lighter overall color in the pattern.
The matte varnish is waterproof and fades resistant, but the cards may be at risk of scratching or abrasion.
This finish protects your designs from air pollutants, UV damage, and fading.
In addition to maintaining the original gloss, the scratch-resistant function is added, which better protects the card.
This finish uses a special lamination technique that is more visually pleasing than normal matte lamination and more resistant to scratches.
The finish is moderately glossy, provides a smooth, good touch, and is very durable.
The Matte Edge effect is relatively dull, and is suitable for designs that do not highlight the edge effect.
The silver foil edge is very eye-catching, and it has a bright silver luster, which is a relatively popular process for customers.
Gold Foil Edge is similar to silver Foil Edge craftsmanship, with a bright golden luster and popular craftsmanship for customers.
The main benefit of cold foil is that you can give photographic images a shiny quality. If your design has various gradients, shading, and coloring, it is recommended to use cold foil. In addition, cold foil cannot be used in combination with embossing.
Spot UV is a liquid varnish applied to printing surfaces to produce a high gloss finish. This process can be applied to logos or headlines.
Holographic Cards: A thin layer of rainbow foil is subtly applied to the card before it goes through printing. This effect is mostly used in-game cards, but some users also use it in tarot cards.
Hot foil stamping is more suitable for text or shapes and minimal designs. Hot foil stamping can be combined with embossing to create a tactile effect that cold foil stamping cannot.
The effect of hot silver is similar to that of hot stamping, but the color is different. The same can be combined with embossing to create a tactile effect. Different texts, logos, patterns, etc., can be supported.
Matte laminates are less reflective and can reduce the intensity of the color, resulting in a softer finish. The soft and velvety texture of the laminate provides a good tactile experience for consumers, although it can show fingerprints.
Spot UV is a popular coating technology that applies high gloss UV coatings to packaging by curing the varnish of printed materials using ultraviolet (UV) light.
The Spot Foil Stamp can be used on packaging to create a strong visual contrast, and the high-end look instantly adds value to your product and helps the box stand out.
Glossy laminates are visually appealing. It produces rich, crisp lines and colors – especially when used on image-heavy packaging.
Matte laminated products are easy to read because there is less glare, and this type of lamination makes the product feel refined.
The plastics used in gloss lamination are smooth, reflect a lot of light, and give items a shiny quality. It is often applied to both sides of the product, providing a high degree of protection from damage.
When the holographic foil refracts light, it casts a brilliant array of iridescent colors, which is perfect for attracting the eyes of the target audience.