Discover new foiling in three decadent jewelled hues; red, green and blue

We’ve only gone and added three brand new colours to our foiling line-upSay hello to red, green and blue foil available on Business Cards, Invitations and Greeting Cards. But how do you choose which colour hue is for you? Well we’ve got some handy inspiration below….

Go glamourous with green

Others will be gorgeously green with envy thanks to this new emerald hue. While our green is deeper and richer than Pantone’s Greenery, 2017’s colour of the year, it still invokes a natural, reviving and fresh feel. Our new forest green foil is ideal for adding depth to designs, perfect for Invitations and Greeting Cards to make a real statement.

Botanicals has been a big wedding stationery trend this year, so our new foiling compliments luscious leafy foliage and romantic woodland print perfectly. You can foil half of your leafy artwork and leave the rest to create a real inviting and intriguing multi-dimensional piece of print.

Romance with rich red

Red foil is so radiant it could stop traffic, and its richness adds a real finishing panache to Invitations, particularly if used as a border or on text. Art Deco designs and intricate swirling creations would suit the ruby tones, especially if combined with darker toned print.

It is a colour that really means business too, so there’s no higher standard of Business Cards then with a touch of red foiling. It’s also a cheeky, flirtatious colour remember, so your prints don’t always need to be serious, just show stopping. And of course, red foiled hearts are now possible – wedding stationers come on and show us what you’ve got!

Brilliance with blue

Sapphire accents add a whole new regal quality to your artwork. This sumptuous tone is both bright and beautiful, great for noticeable Business Cards that pack a punch while still being friendly and fun. Blue is a bold colour choice, great for memorable Invitations and Greeting Cards that stick in the recipient’s mind.

Blue is a fantastic foiling selection when you’ve got a message that needs to be read (in blue, not red, apologies there for that pun!) and suits brush lettering and big, bold typography. However, smaller designs such as logos also benefit from blue as it isn’t too overpowering, letting your whole creation do all the talking.

Our foil options, not forgetting gold, silver and copper, make any print stand out. How will you be showing off your foiled fancies? Let us know by commenting below! 

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