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Die Cut Business Card Printing

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  • Die cut business card printing with many unique stock and finishing options
  • Optional hot and cold foil stamping, embossing, and spot UV
  • Options for using simple existing molds to fully-customised die cuts with your shape/s of choice
  • Free shipping and Free File Check
  • Get your Die cut Business Cards in 5-10 days.


Looking for truly customised cards? The possibilities are endless with Inkable’s fancy and decorative Die cut Business Cards! Ranging from simple shapes and geometric designs (i.e. 4 rounded corners, 2 rounded corners, slanted cards) to bespoke punched out contours (e.g. vector shapes of cars, flowers, cartoon characters, houses), you are sure to deliver unique cards that will showcase your character and leave a lasting impression.
Apart from being effective touchpoints that are handy in meetings and networking events, these dynamic cards will afford you that distinguished look to make you stand out from competition. We offer quality DIE CUT BUSINESS CARDS at truly competitive prices.


  • 300gsm Coated with Matte, Gloss, Spot UV or no laminate
  • 350gsm Coated stock
  • 350gsm Ivory
  • 300gsm Tan Speckled Cotton
  • 285gsm Nickel
  • We have many stocks not listed. If you have something in mind please contact us.



  • 90mm X 54mm



CUSTOM SIZES: Free of charge, but online orders must be smaller than 90mm x 54mm.
CUSTOM DIE CUTS: These are not available through our online system. For specific cutouts, perforations, hole punching, and unusual sizes, please use our Custom Order Form.


Die cut Business Cards gets you one step ahead because they are visually interesting and can be distinguished just by feeling its edges. Custom die cut cards creative, original, and are full of character—there are a lot of finishing options that can make them, even more fun and festive if it suits your particular brand. Die cuts immediately transform your cards into a very bespoke, high-end marketing tool that is an unforgettable touchpoint to enhance your brand personality to customers.
Remember that your die cut business card is the extension of your brand: yourself or the company that you’ve been building. It is not something that should only have your contact information. With so much competition, stand out and make your brand’s proposition and character evident in its design and content. In terms of importance, the design needs to have the basic elements:

  • Logo
  • Your name and designation
  • Contact details
  • Say something about you: a tagline, a slogan, or a description
  • Always include your web address on your card, and don’t leave out your social media accounts


Plan your designs accordingly! If you have a vision but can’t do it on your own, hire a professional designer with good references and make sure to direct him or her to keep the die cut design impactful:

    • Be aware that cards larger than 90mm x 54mm will not fit in standard card holders or binders. Be sure that die cut edges are not too sharp as they may cause paper cuts.


    • While unique fonts are great, don’t give your customers a hard time. Pick something that is legible so your contact details can easily be read.


    • Make sure the die cut shape and design of your card follows the theme and style of your branded marketing materials as closely as possible. If these are promotional cards, remember to highlight your main message with a simple shape that will draw the eye to the text.


  • Don’t be afraid to innovate! Custom die cut business cards can be injected with even more personality. Opt for additional functional and eye-catching enhancements like perforations for a “pop up” business card, hole punching for cards that can be strung together or where pens can be inserted in, fitted slits with scored panels to make your cards stand, or add Spot UV to make parts of your design more dramatic.


Remember the limitations of going from RGB (screen proofs) to CMYK (actual prints). Always check the final proof for any errors before going to press:

    • With commercial printed business cards, a colour shift of 10% is very common. This will be most apparent on business cards with solid color backgrounds.


    • This includes the use of your official CMYK logo and brand fonts. Printing can sometimes make colours darker or lighter, so speak to your designer about this.


  • Print your business card with a 1:1 scale on an inkjet printer before sending your artwork to Inkable.


Once you get your die cut business cards, make distribution more efficient:

  • Include a die cut business card in your sample kit so that prospective can carry it in their wallets and, depending on how creative your design is, this could have the potential to become an interesting conversation starter.
  • Use a clean vector proof of your card’s artwork and add it as an attachment to emails.
  • If your cards turn out to be better than expected, upload your prints on content curation sites as they could even get you fans simply due to the interest it will fetch on social media.

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Firstly, I never took the opportunity to thank you for all the help with my business cards a few months ago, so I'd like to remedy that now. My sincerest thanks to you and the Inkable team for your fantastic service, professionalism and kindness.
Thank you again for all your hard work,

Toni FW toni-fw.blogspot.tw January 9, 2015

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I am extremely impressed with my business cards from Inkable. The finish and quality of the final product exceeded all my expectations, along with the customer service. I would not hesitate to recommend them and their services - and I already have -to friends and I look forward to dealing with Inkable again in the very near future.

Karl Bala Facebook: Karl Bala
IG: kilojuliettebravo & UNICO.Sport
Twitter: balablogs
August 28, 2015

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The quality of their business cards is outstanding, I've printed with services double the price of Inkable that had inferior stock and printing quality: do yourself a favor and ask them for a sample pack and judge for yourself!

David Key www.facebook.com/davidkeymagic November 28, 2014