15 Thick Business Cards with Edge Painting

Thick business cards give the impression of strength and longevity. If you want to stand out and leave a lasting impression, then thick business cards are a good investment for your marketing efforts. However,  a thick but boring business card will not help in terms of marketing either. There has been a trend where thick business cards are painted with bright colors to make them pop up. I am referring to what printers call as edge painting or edge coloring. If you still haven’t seen one, then this is your chance to get yourself  familiar about edge painting. Below, we are showcasing the most beautiful and elegant thick business cards with edge painting. To know more about each business card, such as the thickness of the card stock used, the printing process, the designer, so on and so forth, click on the text link found below each preview image.

01-Image Now Card Design
Especially made business card design for Image Now Films, three pieces of paper were laminated together, black, lime green and white, with the green in the middle, the black was foiled and the white was via lithography printing.

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02-Jason & Anna Photography
Very simple layout for a letterpress business card. The edge painting is what makes the business card stand out.

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03-Laura Reaux
This card has a dimension of 1.5×3.5″ with 1/4″ rounded corners, 1/0 printed on 110# lettra paper. Hole punched with a 3/16″ hole, paired with matching ribbon. All designs and photography ©2010 Dingbat Press.

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04-NIkki N
This card with pink edge painting uses 2/1 pantone match cards, printed on 220# lettra.

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05-I am Tiago
These are quality letterpress business cards created to complement with Tiago website. Printed by Letter Magica.

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06-Edge Painted Business Cards
The Ubiquitous letterpress printed business cards complete with edge painting.

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07-Jennifer Mehigan
Edge painted business cards in hot pink!

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08-Sublimio Letterpress Business Cards
Quality thick letter-pressed business cards by founder and creative director Matteo Modica from Sublimio.

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09-Greg Anderson Photo Business Card
This business card was letterpress printed in two colors with edge tinting. Designed by Thomas Guy for Greg Anderson Photo.

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10-Shama Golden’s Business Card
A thick business card with pink edge coloring.

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11-T&T Business Cards
These business cards were printed by The Mandate Press using 110lb duplexed, copper metallic edges and tone on tone impressions.

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12-Sexy Business Card
Letterpress printed on black, super thick Museum Mount paper, foil stamped with clear gloss foil, pewter-silvery foil and hot pink foil. Hot pink edge painting and a cleverly designed back side with her URL info completed the sexy, moxie, foxy piece of art that perfectly reflects Maria’s photo style.

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14-Villainy Black Business Card, Gold Edge
These cards feature printed letterpress metallic gold for the information and letterpress varnish on the logotype.The varnish on dark stocks for a tone on tone effect gives the card a slightly better legibility than a totally blind, inkless impression. The stock is a thick 200lb Wausau Eclipse Black with metallic gold edge coloring.

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15-19 Marks Design Business Cards
Thick business cards with orange edge painting for a graphic designer.

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2 Comments

  1. Cool roundup, wouldn’t mind having one of those cards ready when I bump into a prospective client one of these days.

  2. Are there any recommendations on where we can order these custom cards? Especially 01 and 04

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