Card Sizes

Cards are printed on high quality materials which achieve vibrant colours to help enhance photos. As a finishing touch a coat of smooth gloss laminate is added to help achieve longer-lasting quality results.  We use 300gsm which is the most commonly used weight of board, flexible and bends easily but it will not fold unless it has been creased. Use for a wide range of items including cards, folders, brochure covers and packaging.

Paper Stock Weight Explained
Paper stock is usually measured and selected by weight and expressed as ‘grams per square meter’, GSM. The heavier the GSM paper the thicker it will be. Some papers of the same weight can feel much thicker than others due to the way the paper is constructed. Uncoated paper with a rough surface will often be thicker than a more compacted coated paper with a gloss finish, even though the weight is the same. All of our memorial cards, memorial bookmarks, memorial wallet cards and thank you cards are printed on 300gsm card stock.

Folding Memorial Cards

Open Size H100mm x W140mm / 10cm x 14cm / 4" x 5.5"    Material Heavy Card Stock 300gsm
Closed Size H100mm x W70mm /10cm x 7cm / 4" x 2.75"   Finish Gloss Laminated
Extras      Centre creased, simply fold & insert into Free Envelopes.

 

Memorial Bookmarks

Size H160mm x W60mm /16cm x 6cm / 6.25" x 2.5"    Material Heavy Card Stock 300gsm
Material Heavy Card Stock 300gsm   Finish Gloss Laminated
Extras Rounded Corners

Memorial Wallet Cards

Size H85mm x W60mm / 8.5cm x 6cm / 3.5" x 2.5"   Material Heavy Card Stock 300gsm
Material Heavy Card Stock 300gsm   Finish Gloss Laminated
Extras Rounded Corners

 

Thank You Cards

Size H105mm x W148mm / 10.5cm x 14.8cm / 4" x 6"   Material Heavy Card Stock 300gsm
Finish Smooth Colour Print   Extras Free Envelopes

Production

All cards are laser cut/pressed & folded, however please allow up to 3mm for bleeds & alignments. Laminated folded memorial cards may overlap up to 2mm when closed, which may also apply to any backgrounds or shading, this is perfectly normal and not a production fault.