Laser etched cards

Digital Skratch is now proud to offer Laser Etched Business Cards and Invites as a service. Most business cards look and feel the same, and are easily lost or forgotten about. If you have a creative or innovative business then you need to convey that message through to your business cards. These cards are totally original and every person you hand these out to will be impressed and look them over.

With a variety of materials to choose from the ideas are limitless – mattboard, clear acrylic, metal and wood. The cards are more expensive than traditional cards and start at around $1.50 and go up from there depending on the size, type of material and the amount of engraving. These cards are not for everyone but if you want to leave a lasting impression and want to show your card to speak about the type of business or service you offer these are the way to go.

Using the process we can also create amazing invites for parties, graduations, corporate events, and more. In a world of e-invites the art of the traditional invitation has been lost. So if you have a special occasion bring it back in style with a laser etched invite.

Fore information on this service please check out our Laser Etched Business Card page. We will soon be offering a quote calculator allowing you to select different materials, size and the type of design to receive an instant estimate quote for your project.

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Digital Skratch was founded by Joshua Hughes while attending the Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale for Interactive Media Design. Josh quickly found his strength in the field of design and usability. While at school he continued to grow his client base and keep up with school projects. Josh graduated Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science Degree, and won Best Portfolio.

Posted in Graphic Design, Laser Etching

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