When you want to take your print project to a next level, foil stamping can add that additional level of distinction required to separate you from the rest.


With our extensive knowledge and years of experience we can assist you with choosing from the many varieties of reflective or pigment foils that will complement your project perfectly. Foil stamping is a process by where a durable brass die created from your beautiful artwork is heated and stamped onto the foil of your choice. The thin layer of foil film then transfers to the paper surface, leaving the chosen design imprinted beautifully on the paper. Gold and silver are the most commonly used to create a glossy or reflective finish, but there are a multitude of pigment foils available as well.

Foil stamping can be combined with embossing to create an even more complex and striking 3D image. Besides its great appearance, foil stamping does not require ink, it’s durable, cost-effective, and environmentally friendly. Although choosing to foil stamp your next project may require additional cost for the brass die, it is well worth the end result. Keep in mind organization and time should be considered in the equation.

Some common uses for foil stamping include wedding invitations, napkins, book covers, stationary packages, pocket folders, annual reports and specialty branding items. Ask your Image Printing Account Executive how you can take your next print project to a higher level.


Image Printing has been producing the highest quality printing in the region since 1994. We have the expertise and knowledge to bring your business and brand to life. If you want to leave a lasting impression with your customers, our team can guide you in new and exciting ways. Learn more about Image Printing at imageprinting.com

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