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Designing skills should be great, for that one should be aware
of the techniques involved in printing.
Budget constraints is one major issue faced when it comes to
Several techniques can provide you with excellent outcome
but charge you less.
Embossing results in a raised surface, with the design being
higher than the surrounding paper area.
Process: Creating a three-dimensional design by pressing an
image into a paper or cardstock from underneath.
Debossing is the exact opposite of embossing with the image
being pushed down rather than being raised.
Process: Creating an imprint of the image on the paper or
In silk lamination the pieces are printed in full-color after
which an additional step is taken, which provides a unique
texture to the material.
Process: The cardstock is coated with a durable, weatherresistant, silk laminate finish.
Provides a silk-like finish which is also water-resistant and
This printing method can cause the text or graphics to be
slightly raised from the rest of the material.
This technique is mainly used on wedding invitations,
business cards, diplomas, etc.
Process : Adding a special powder to the ink that is to be
printed on the paper. The printed piece is heated which
causes the powder and ink mixture to dry up resulting in
raised effect on the paper.
This printing technique involves the usage of a woven mesh
to support an ink-blicking stencil.
This attached stencil forms open areas of mesh that lets the
ink to transfer onto the material.
Process: Roller is moved across the stencil; this pumps the ink
past the threads of the woven mesh in the open areas.
Letterpress printing is a technique which involves the use of a
It is the oldest printing process.
Process: Many copies are produced by repeated direct
impression of an inked, raised surface against a continuous
roll of paper or sheets.
Before designing, one should be aware of the printing
techniques involved and which can be used to make it more
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