Uncoated Business Cards

Uncoated cards with a natural look and feel.

• Traditional, smooth card stock (both sides)
• Easy to write on with pencil or ink 
• Colors appear softer and lighter 
• Work best with simple & text-based designs 

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Paper stock
Uncoated
Paper weight
Standard
Finish
None
Corners
Standard
Rounded
Shape
Standard (3.5" x 2")
Square (2.5" x 2.5")
Orientation
Horizontal
Vertical
Quantity
Price $20.00 ...

Product Specifications

Materials, bleeds, margins, etc.

A classic look that keeps the focus on you.

Easy to design, hard to miss. Uncoated business cards have a crisp and clean natural look that puts the focus on your logo and contact info. They’re a sharp-looking and affordable option for everything from events to day-to-day use. Just add your own custom text, upload your design and get ready to get noticed. 

Tips for Uncoated Finish Business Cards

  •  It’s easy to write on uncoated business cards – the finish is great for loyalty cards, appointment cards and adding notes.
  • Larger, simple design elements work best with this stock.
  • Since the paper is absorbent, ink-heavy designs may appear faded.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How thick are uncoated finish business cards?
A: Uncoated business card paper is 14pt, equal to .014 of an inch. Each point (pt) is equal to .001 of an inch, to give you a frame of reference.

Q: Can I add embossed gloss or foil accents to uncoated cards?
A: Unfortunately, those options aren’t available for these particular cards.

Q: Is the uncoated finish on both the front and back? Is it easy to write on?
A: Yes and yes. Both sides are the same uncoated surface, which is very easy to write on.

Q: What types of designs work well on uncoated business cards?
A: The paper has a very natural feel, and it’s very absorbent. So, when you have a busy, ink-heavy design, it may look a bit faded as the colors are absorbed during printing. We’d recommend simpler designs without a lot of bright colors and intricate, small details. For more general questions, you can also check out our article, Business Card Design Ideas. For what to put on your card, take a look at our thoughts on Business Card Etiquette.

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