Premium Full Color Foil Stamp Brochures | Register Emboss Or Blind Emboss | Ultra Silk® Or Soft Touch Finish | Printed On Premium 100lb Book Or 100lb Cover | Multiple Folding Options | 96%BW Stock | Soy Based Inks | 500LS High Resolution Offset Printing



Embossed Brochures

Embossing is a process where pressure from a press along with metal dies are used to add a three-dimensional or raised effect on selected areas of a brochure. Embossing can be used different ways: (1) Blind emboss, so that the image is raised but not inked/foiled. (2) Register emboss, so that the image is raised and also inked/foiled.


Design From Blank Canvas

Design your own brochure using our free online brochure design tool. Simply add your details (text / logo). Customize the color of the text or background. Select from thousands of images or upload your own.


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Need a great brochure design? From concept to design, our in-house design staff can do it all. Simply tell us about your business & we'll do the rest. Our designers will create a fully tailored design that correctly represents your business & effectively targets new clients. Start to finish access to design staff via phone & email.

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Single Sided = Outside Only

Full color printing on front side "outside" only.

 

Double Sided = Outside & Inside

Full color printing on both front & back side "outside & inside".

100lb Book : (Standard Weight) Most Popular

100lb book is a premium, medium weight paper stock used to print the brochures.

 

100lb Cover : (Heavier Weight)

100lb cover is a premium, heavier weight paper stock used to print the brochures.

Ultra Silk® Finish (Most Popular)

Ultra silk is a soft, dull, luxurious finish that gives the brochures a muted, silk-like look and feel. Ultra silk feels like elegant paper but is actually a premium plastic film, a dull thin film laminate that's applied to both sides of the brochures. Ultra silk film is water and tear resistant (not proof), it is also used to protect the colors (especially dark colors) from rubbing off the edge of the paper.

 

Soft Touch Finish

Soft touch is a soft to the touch, luxurious finish that gives the brochures a soft, supple look and feel, which softens colors, reduces contrast and gives an overall lighter, muted appearance. Soft touch feels like elegant paper but is actually a premium plastic film, a dull thin film laminate that's applied to both sides of the brochures. Soft touch film is tear resistant (not proof), it is also used to protect the colors (especially dark colors) from rubbing off the edge of the paper.

Register Emboss

Embossing is a process where pressure from a press along with metal dies are used to add a three-dimensional or raised effect on a selected area of a brochure. Embossing can be used different ways: (1) Blind emboss, so that the image is raised but not inked/foiled. (2) Register emboss, so that the image is raised and also inked/foiled.

Note: Emboss placement is limited to a single application no exceeding a 4" x 4" area.

 

Blind Emboss

Embossing is a process where pressure from a press along with metal dies are used to add a three-dimensional or raised effect on a selected area of a brochure. Embossing can be used different ways: (1) Blind emboss, so that the image is raised but not inked/foiled. (2) Register emboss, so that the image is raised and also inked/foiled.

Note: Emboss placement is limited to a single application no exceeding a 4" x 4" area.

Note: Blind embossing will have a much more subtle effect than registe embossing. Blind embossing is not rocommended for fine details or small text.

Spot gloss is a glossy coating that is only applied to a specific section of the brochure. The selected area is singled out and coated with a glossy finish while the rest remains matte. The goal of this process is to give your card some contrast by highlighting both the muted film and the spot gloss. You have the option of adding the spot gloss to any area of the brochure, for example over a logo, a certain section of a graphic, or even as an elaborate pattern.

Foil Colors

Foil stamping is a process where pressure from a press along with heated copper dies are used to add specific foil colors to a solid surface by application of a heated die onto foil, making it permanently adhere to the surface below leaving the design of the dye. The foil comes in rolls in a wide assortment of colors, finishes, and optical effects. Select from 20 beautiful foil colors (including gold, silver, copper, blue, red, pink, green, purple, and many more).

Note: Front "outside" foil placement is limited to a single application no exceeding a 4" x 4" area.

Note: Please note since all computer monitors are calibrated different the colors on this foil chart may not be exact.

Foil Colors

Foil stamping is a process where pressure from a press along with heated copper dies are used to add specific foil colors to a solid surface by application of a heated die onto foil, making it permanently adhere to the surface below leaving the design of the dye. The foil comes in rolls in a wide assortment of colors, finishes, and optical effects. Select from 20 beautiful foil colors (including gold, silver, copper, blue, red, pink, green, purple, and many more).

Note: Back "inside" foil placement is limited to a single application no exceeding a 4" x 4" area.

Note: Please note since all computer monitors are calibrated different the colors on this foil chart may not be exact.

12-15 Bus/Days

12-15 business days is the number of days required to produce your order. Time frame does not include shipping transit time, weekends, and holidays.


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