10 Elegant Uncoated Business Card Designs

December 12, 2013

Uncoated business cards are a great way to make your company appear more prominent and prestigious. Unlike their smooth gloss and matte coated counterparts, uncoated business cards feature textured paper stocks that are easy to write on. They eschew the bright sheen of coated business cards for a more subdued, confident, elegant aesthetic. If you want to differentiate your business – especially at networking events – you should consider printing uncoated business cards. For your inspiration, here are 10 elegant uncoated business card designs.

1.  Melissa Esplin Business Cards

According to her post, Melissa had trouble finding a printing company that would print on uncoated paper stock – so she hand-made her own business cards from art paper and stamps! Outstanding creativity, but she should have check PsPrint for uncoated business card printing! ISLY Business Cards - I Still Love You by Melissa Esplin - Google Chrome_2013-11-19_10-52-25-Optimized  

2.  Annie Walter Business Card

I love this uncoated business card’s combination of illustrations, typography and gold foil stamp. PRINT - ANNIE WALTER - Google Chrome_2013-11-19_11-03-59-Optimized  

3.  UFHO.com Business Card

The stark, dark simplicity of this uncoated business card design is striking. Business Cards Update - BÜRO UFHO - Creative • Design • Direction™ - Google Chro_2013-11-19_11-05-28-Optimized  

4.  Tiger Beer Business Card

The elaborate illustrated foil stamp makes this uncoated business card unique and memorable. Perfect for a powerful brand image. Tiger Beer - Brand work on Behance - Google Chrome_2013-11-19_11-06-41-Optimized  

5.  Richard Unsworth Business Card

This screen-printed uncoated business card design couples block typography with subdued hues for an elegant, yet modern appeal. UnsworthShepherd Lovely Stationery . Curating the very best of stationery desi_2013-11-19_11-07-58-Optimized  

6.  Kneed Massage Therapy Business Card

This uncoated business card features embossing and rounded corner die cuts. Knead Massage Therapist Business Card Best Business Card Inspiration - Google _2013-11-19_11-09-45-Optimized  

7.  All Gold Tattoo Business Card

Bold yet elegant, this uncoated business card features an embossed logo. All Gold Tattoo on Behance - Google Chrome_2013-11-19_11-10-49-Optimized  

8.  Jackie Tran Business Card

This ultra-slick uncoated business card features a clean design with embossed borders. band— project jackie tran photography - Google Chrome_2013-11-19_11-12-13-Optimized  

9.  Queen of Spades Business Card

Featuring elegant typography printed with copper foil stamp and die-cut rounded corners, this uncoated business card is perfect for a “creative gardening” company. Unique Letterpress Business Card – Queen of Spades CardRabbit.com - Google Chr_2013-11-19_11-13-13-Optimized  

10.  Daniel Juncadella Business Card

This minimalist uncoated business card design features a raised logo and plenty of white space. New Logo and Branding Daniel Juncadella - BP&O - Google Chrome_2013-11-19_11-14-25-Optimized

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Brian Morris serves in various capacities as a freelance writer, content developer and public relations specialist for growing small businesses. When he’s not writing, he can be found on the racquetball court - usually getting his tail kicked by guys 20 years older.

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