have been producing Colorplan since 1972, and it's safe to say that their enviable reputation ensures designers are never far from their GF Smith Sample Book. We've turned to some of their most popular colours to add an extra level of quality to our Apex level business cards.
Along with Ebony and White Frost, we've chosen to offer Pale Grey, Dark Grey and Imperial Blue as options on our highest quality Colorplan business cards. With a choice of Gold, Silver or Black foil finishing on the coloured side this combination will ensure the first impression you give when handing out your card, is a lasting one.
When looking at papers we consider many variables, but Colorplan scores high in every department. Knowing we were going to be foiling and printing digitally on the stock, we had to know that every design that our customer's uploaded would be reproduced to a high standard. Colorplan business cards were the perfect solution. The foil works flawlessly with the paper, ensuring a crisp edge and a strong contrast, while the digital print excels on the White Frost stock. We're looking forward to seeing what our customers print with the options, some of our favourite combinations being
Black foil on the Ebony stock and Silver on Imperial Blue.
The matt feel
paper is perfect for anyone looking for a bit of texture for a really premium business card, and the finish of print and foil is brilliant on such a reliable stock. Find out more about our Luxury Apex Business Cards here, or upload your design.
If you want to get a sense of the finishes available, including all of the Colorplan business card options, order a sample pack today.
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