Leaf Business Cards

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Product Description

The leaf shape of 4over’s leaf business cards adds an impressive touch compared to standard rectangular business cards. Help your customers present themselves perfectly with these 2” x 3.5” (US standard) business cards that are offered in 16pt or 18pt stock, spot UV on both sides, and three coating options.

Printed on superior uncoated stock, leaf business cards are available in a wide variety of sizes, specs, and quantities with optional UV coating.

Leaf Business Card Uses

  • Real Estate
  • Contractors
  • Artists/Photographers 
  • Law Professionals
  • Retail
  • Banking/Investing
  • Healthcare
  • Interior Design
  • Size
    • 2" x 3.5" (US Standard)
  • Shape
    • Leaf
  • Stock
    • 16PT C2S
    • 18PT C1S
  • Colorspec
    • 4/0 (4 color front)
    • 4/4 (4 color both sides)
    • 4/1
  • Coating
    • UV on 4-color side
    • UV Coating Front Only
    • Spot UV
  • SPOT UV SIDES
    • Spot UV Both Sides
  • Digital Proofs
    • PDF Proofs (per set)
  • Job Samples
    • Sample of Completed job (per set)
  • Turnaround Time
    • 4 Business Days
    • 7 Business Days
File Preparation: For specific instructions see our FAQ’s (e.g. Akuafoil and Spot UV).
Resolution: 300dpi
Color Mode: CMYK
Bleed: 0.125” (0.625 on each side)
File Types: PDF (recommended), JPG, EPS and TIFF
2" x 3.5" Leaf
7/8" (2) Round Corners Back (Horizontal)
7/8" (2) Round Corners Front (Horizontal)
7/8" (2) Round Corners Back (Vertical)
7/8" (2) Round Corners Front (Vertical)
  • Can leaf business cards be printed horizontally or vertically?
    Yes. You can choose between horizontal or vertical templates.
  • Why isn’t 20pt stock an option for leaf business cards?
    A lighter stock option is better for a leaf business card so it doesn’t have sharp edges.
  • Is UV coating offered on both sides of the card?
    No, the UV coating is only applied to the front side but spot UV is offered on both sides.
  • What is spot UV?
    Spot UV is a flat finish or a shiny layer that goes on the exact spot where you would like your printed piece to have an area of a high-gloss coating.
  • Why does my business card crack around the edges?
    Cracking of the edges of a business card sometimes occurs when the card contains high values of ink, as in dark colors.  This usually happens on a small number of cards in the run. To prevent this, use lighter colors or if you must use dark colors, use as little ink as possible.