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Popular Print Projects that Utilize Die Cutting

Die cutting is a method of creating flat cutouts from roll and sheet materials. Die cutting was created in the mid 1800s as a way to cut leather for the shoe industry more efficiently. But, the die cutting of today has come a long way since then. Die cutting machines of today are infinitely more [...]

2018-08-28T08:48:13-05:00Tuesday, August 28th, 2018|

Create an Experience with your Company’s Print Media

It’s no doubt we live in a digital world. Most of us cannot imagine life without our digital devices. The majority of our population uses a smartphone, tablet or computer daily. Whether it’s to read the news, check our email or share a post on Facebook, we’ve become nearly dependent on our electronics. With the [...]

2018-07-16T12:01:05-05:00Monday, July 16th, 2018|

Not Your Basic Embossing

Embossing is the process of creating a raised image by applying pressure to the substrate. For example, many official seals are embossed. And, you’ve likely seen embossing on greeting cards as well as high end wedding invitations. But did you realize the numbers on a credit card are another type of embossing? That’s right! Embossing [...]

2018-06-21T11:27:16-05:00Thursday, June 21st, 2018|

The Many Facets of Foil Stamping

Have you been searching for a new, exciting way to make your printed materials stand out? Have you considered foil stamping for your Des Moines area business? Foil stamping is one of the most beautiful and unexpected ways to add that extra bit of interest to a variety of materials; from direct mail, to business [...]

2018-10-05T12:52:56-05:00Wednesday, May 16th, 2018|

Get Creative with Custom Die Cutting

Looking to give your business’ printed materials a little extra pop of creativity and intrigue? Have you considered die cutting for your Milwaukee area business? Die cutting can help your printed materials stand out from the crowd. And, it is extremely versatile, offering a wide variety of options to align with your unique brand, logo [...]

2018-10-05T12:50:11-05:00Wednesday, April 18th, 2018|