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Give your designs an extra special edge with digital foiling. Craft sentiments that really shine, invites that get everyone excited or catch all the right attention with business cards that everyone will want to pocket. With six decadent hues to choose from, creating your print, your way has never been easier.

Ideal for adding a touch of luxury to business cards, wedding stationery, or making a statement on greeting cards and invitations, discover a world of possibilities with digital foiling. Whether it’s a subtle hint to highlight or accent your designs or you’re making a bold impact, enhance your artwork and go beyond CMYK with another dimension in luxury print.

Digital foiling is available in six colours, silver, gold, copper, red, blue and green – on silk, uncoated and Trucard paper stocks. All of our foiled print is finished in velvet lamination – you can choose either one sided or double sided, but whichever side you choose to add foiling to must be velvet laminated (this protects your foil from slipping or scratching). Velvet lamination gives your print a soft finish that’s still easy to write on.

If you’re looking for something out of the ordinary or for want to use a luxury paper stock, fill in our quick and easy bespoke form. We’ll get back to you within 24 hours with a quote.

Helpful hint: As foiling is extra special, it has a 4-day turnaround time.

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Get to know digital foiling…

Unlike traditional block foiling, which uses metal blocks to press foil onto your chosen paper stock, digital foiling doesn’t require the use of plates. This makes it far more cost effective and allows for more freedom when it comes to choosing which areas you’d like foiled on your designs.

If you’re after traditional block foiling (which will leave your design slightly embossed) on one of our luxury paper stocks please use our bespoke print service.

Top Tips

To make sure your print goes perfectly, read our foiling artwork guide, or watch our quick tutorial on setting up your artwork for foiling.