Penny Luck Creative is equipped to offer the following print methods on our projects. Note that costs vary from method to method. I am happy to make
recommendations on print methods used for projects based on your overall vision and budget considerations.
Digital printing enables full-color printing on card stocks, papers and envelopes at a lower cost and quicker turnaround. Digital printing is perfect for watercolor, hand-painted or multicolored aesthetics, photos and beautiful typography.
Similar to full-color digital printing, white toner is fused to the surface of card stocks, papers and envelopes with heat. This digital option offers a great way to highlight white text and graphics on dark pigmented stocks with smaller quantities and quicker turnaround.
DIGITAL GOLD & SILVER
Similar to Digital White printing, metallic silver or gold toner is fused to the surface of card stocks and papers with heat. This digital option offers a great way to highlight metallic text and graphics on dark pigmented stocks with smaller quantities and quicker turnaround.
Letterpress printing is a technique of relief printing using a printing press. Custom dies are positioned into the bed of the press and inked, then paper is pressed against it to transfer the ink, creating an elegant, tactile effect. Heavy-weight paper is used to maximize the look of relief printing. Letterpress is a wonderful choice for highlighting fine details.
Foil stamping is the application of metallic foil, often gold, silver or white, to paper where a it is stamped onto the foil, creating an imprint. This process is a popular choice for wedding invitations as it can significantly elevate the formality of a piece. The difference between Foil Stamping and Digital White/Gold/Silver printing is that Foil Stamping will leave a physical impression in the paper, while Digital White/Gold/Silver will appear only on the surface without any physical impression.