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Argyll Invitation
Richmond Riverside Brochure
GF Smith Mohawk Invite
Top Shop Store of the year
National Portrait Gallery Letterheads
Carluccios Tags
Fifty Invite


Want your printed materials to feel, as well as look, different to others?

Embossing explained

Embossing makes something stand out from the page. It impresses an image or text into a surface using an engraved metal die. This creates a raised impression. If the impression is to be sunk, it is known as 'debossing'. You might also have come across the terms 'blind embossing', which means that no foiling or printing is required, and 'foil embossing' where foil is used in the process.

Emboss to impress

Embossing gives elegance to all kinds of printed materials including stationery and envelopes, invitations, wedding cards, thank you notes, gift bags and other promotional goods.

Embossed business cards make a fantastic first impression in the corporate world. Along with matching embossed stationery, they mark you out as a smart and professional organisation to do business with.

The embossing experts

The success of the embossing process does depend very much on the surface of the stock used. We always recommend that you consult us in the early stages of your project, so we can advise you on the best ones to use.

Over the years, we have built up an extensive library of samples for you to draw from. Our master embossers are experts in their field and will ensure your printed materials generate a 'wow' from all those who see (and feel) them.

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Sample pack

So you're the 'touchy feely' type! Don't worry so are we, which is why we've put together sample packs of our work for you to assess. Click here to request a pack.

Need an estimate?

Know what you need for your next job? Not so sure? Either way, we can help.

Call Paul on 020 7237 5111 or drop us an email. We aim to be back in touch within 24hours (Monday to Friday)