The Card Shop

Browse our exclusive, pre-designed card collections

Baby + Kids

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Graduation

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Seasonal

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Business

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The Details

Designed with flexibility and customization in mind.

Customize Front and Back

Unlike most card companies, our designs are fully customizable on the front and back sides. Even our envelopes can be customized with a matching design.

Browse Color Themes and Layouts

Across our entire collection, each card design features multiple color themes which pair with our variety of metallic foil colors.

Mix and Match Font Pairings

Select from over 40 font styles, ranging from beautiful scripts to modern and minimal sans serifs.

ELEGANT DESIGN deserves EXCEPTIONAL PRINTING.

1. Boutique fonts for beautiful type treatments

2. Curated envelope pairings to complete your set

Press Printed Cards
Our Mission

Top of the Line Products for your Creative Vision.

Trusted by the Pros

80,000 creative professionals all of the country use our products to showcase their brilliant work.

Made in Minnesota

We make every single product at our Twin Cities headquarters

Curated Craftsmanship

We carefully select and test each of our high quality products to ensure they'll stand the test of time.

Excellent Customer Service

No chat bots here. Just real, friendly people with decades of printing experience and industry knowledge.

Press Printing

A four color print process optimized for products with a shorter life time.

Great For

Studio Photography

Black + White Photography

Light + Airy Photography

Vibrant Colors

Landscape

Typographic

When to choose Press Printing Printing

The strength of Press Printing comes down to its efficiency for printing lot of various materials at a wide variety of shapes and sizes. The process is optimized for printing things like cards, brochures, booklets, and other bulk collateral pieces, where you’re printing say 100 copies of a card design.

The Press Printing Process

We print all of our Press products on HP Indigo printers. We choose to use liquid toners for their ability to bond with the paper, compared to a dry toner that just sits on top of the paper. By using the liquid toner, the end result is more consistent from edge to edge. The HP Indigo applies an image or design to the page by placing microscopic droplets of cyan, magenta, yellow, and black (CMYK) in a rosette pattern to create the colors within the image.