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Cut through the noise with a one-of-a-kind business card design.
Want to make a standout first impression at events, meetings and more? Create business cards that you can confidently hand out to new customers and prospects. Pass them around at events to introduce yourself and your business, or add them to goodie bags, folders and more.
And with our selection of templates and customization options, it’s easy to design business cards for your brand. You’ll also be able to add your contact info, a QR code, your brick-and-mortar location and more, in a few simple steps. So get creative and ready to network.
For ideas and inspiration, check out some business card examples.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Here’s a quick rundown of standard business cards:
Business card size in inches: 3.5" x 2" Business card size in Photoshop: 1050 x 600 pixels
We also offer square cards or rounded corner cards, which are a little different than the typical business card size. Also, when you’re designing or choosing a template, remember that business card dimensions may include a “bleed area,” which is extra space for images, patterns or design elements that extend beyond the cut edges – this helps prevent having white edges around your finished card.
Business card thickness is usually measured in “points,” abbreviated as “pt.” The higher the number, the thicker the card. Standard business card thickness is 14pt, but weights can vary by paper type. For instance, our ultra thick business cards are actually 32pt, and our premium plus cards come in at 18pt.
FSC® is the abbreviation for the Forest Stewardship Council®– paper with this certification is sourced from healthy forests through responsible methods, helping protect trees for future generations.
You’ll see the FSC® logo on many of our business card options, since over 90% of them are FSC® certified.
It can be hard to know where to start when you’re creating a new card online. But with Vistaprint, you can quickly browse ready-to-use templates in a range of styles. When you find something that fits your needs (and personality), you can add your own custom text, logo and even images. Then, you can fine tune the font, layout and even colors until you’re satisfied. And you can always check out your card in a 3D preview to make sure everything’s just right. Looking for business card inspiration? Take a peek at some of our favorite design examples.
Every business is different, but there are a few things anyone should have on their card. You’ll want to include your name, the name of your business, your contact info and your logo. Then, you can also add optional elements like photos, artwork, customer testimonials, a brand motto and more – whatever you think will connect with potential customers and business partners.
You don’t need to, but you certainly can. Some people put their logo or slogan on the backside of their card. Others will list their company website or hours of operation for quick reference at a glance. And there are lots of other options, too – coupons, photos, artwork and more.
We have a variety of delivery options, including standard, priority and express. Check out our shipping guide for more details.
Yes. Our free business card sample kit includes examples of unique paper stocks, finishes shapes and more.
You want to find something that matches up well with both your industry and your personality. Thicker, heavier stocks can work well for businesses trying to project strength and reliability. More textured, unique finishes are a great choice for craftspeople and artists. And finishes like embossed gloss and foil accents can help almost any design be extra eye-catching. In the end, it’s really a personal decision, and there are no wrong choices.
If the information is still mostly correct, you can keep them as backups by crossing out the out-of-date info and writing in new text. If the cards are mostly inaccurate, we’d recommend recycling them.
We’d recommend using one of our business card holders, available in an assortment of different materials and styles.
Traditionally, business card designs have a horizontal layout, but if you’re going for a different, modern feel, we have a lot of templates for vertical business cards, too. As far as specific design layouts, we have thousands you can quickly sort and browse by industry, shape, style and more.
The front of your card will have whatever texture or finish you selected. The back will be a smooth, matte surface – great for adding notes, appointments or other information.
es. You can choose from a variety of styles, materials and customization options.