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Business Card

Business Card

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Business Card

  • Upload your unique custom business card design and choose from a wide array of card stock options.
  • Art Size: 3.75 x 2.25
  • Trimmed Size: 3.5 x 2

Other Uses: luggage tag, gift tag, place card, calling card.

To create a PDF file for a business card, you can follow these general steps:

  1. Design the business card: Use a graphic design software or online design tool to create the layout and design of your business card. Ensure that you include all the necessary information such as your name, job title, contact details, and any relevant branding or visuals.

  2. Set the document size: Start a new document in the design software and set the dimensions for the business card. The standard size for a business card is typically 3.5 inches x 2 inches (or 88.9 mm x 50.8 mm), but double-check any specific requirements or printing guidelines from your printer.

  3. Adjust the resolution: Set the resolution of your document to 300 DPI (dots per inch) to ensure high-quality printing.

  4. Add bleed and margins: If you want your design to bleed off the edges of the card, extend your design beyond the document size and include a bleed area. Typically, a bleed area of 0.125 inches (3 mm) is recommended. Also, make sure to include a safe margin within the document boundaries to avoid important elements being cut off during printing.

  5. Arrange the design: Arrange your text, images, and any other design elements on the business card, ensuring that they are properly aligned and legible.

  6. Check and proofread: Double-check all the information, spelling, and design elements to make sure they are accurate and error-free.

  7. Save as PDF: Once you are satisfied with the design, save your business card file as a PDF. In most design software, you can choose the "Save As" or "Export" option and select PDF as the file format. Ensure that you choose the appropriate settings, such as maintaining the high resolution and including bleed if applicable.

  8. Review the PDF: Open the saved PDF file to verify that it appears as intended. Check for any layout issues, image quality, or color discrepancies.

  9. Print or share the PDF: The final step is to either print the PDF file using a professional printing service or share it digitally with others, such as by attaching it to emails or uploading it to your website.

Remember to consult with your printing service provider for any specific requirements or recommendations they may have regarding file formats, resolution, color profiles, or bleed settings to ensure optimal results for your business cards.