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Thick Silk 450gsm (popular)

  • Lamination available
  • Spot UV available
  • The cards our team use
  • Same day available
350gsm Economy Business Card)

Medium Silk 350gsm

  • Lowest price business cards
  • Silk finish
  • Rounded corners available
  • Standard business card size
Uncoated Business Cards

Uncoated 350gsm

  • Classic uncoated stock
  • Can be written and stamped
  • Great for Loyalty Cards




  • Manufactured using 100% de-inked recycled fibre
  • Bright white, smooth, even surface
  • Uncoated stock suitable for writing and stamping
  • Chlorine free

Looking for a different size?



  • Heavyweight 450gsm
  • Available with Gloss, Matt & Velvet Lamination
  • Silk finish
  • Measure 85mm x 25mm
  • Great for quirky brands



  • Heavyweight 450gsm
  • Available with Gloss, Matt & Velvet Lamination
  • Silk finish
  • Measure 55mm x 55mm
  • Great as business cards or product tags



  • Printed on midweight 350gsm
  • Available with a silk finish or classic uncoated (suitable for writing and stamping)
  • Silk finish
  • Two different folds
  • Perfect as loyalty and appointment cards

The Future of Business Cards

Why Choose Business Cards

Business cards are an essential marketing tool for any profession or business. Our high-quality business card templates are fully customisable and available in a range of shapes, sizes and paper types, meaning you can cater your card to represent your unique brand.

Design Business Cards Online

Whether you’re a Photoshop whizz or a design newbie, instantprint are here to help you achieve the perfect business card design for your brand. Either upload your own design, start with a blank canvas or choose from one of our predesigned templates to get started.

What Information Should Be Included on a Business Card?

The information you choose to include on your business card is entirely up to you and will vary from business to business. However, these are the details we would always recommend including:

  • Name and job title/Your brand name
  • Company logo
  • Contact details
  • Social media profiles/icons

Make sure anyone who has your personalised business card knows what you do and how to contact you, and you can’t go too far wrong.

What Information Should Be Included on a Business Card?

Your Business Card can have as little or as much information on it as possible. We've put together a handy checklist so you don't miss a trick! 

Name and Job Title - This is so your potential customers can follow up with you.
Company Logo - If your company logo is unsuitable for a Business Card, why not just use your brand colours? 
Contact Details - We would recommend using professional contact information.
Memorable Design - Stand out from the crowd, use Spot UV or Metallic finish type for maximum impact. 
Social Media Profiles - Let your customers know how they can find you or your company on social media

If you still have questions check out our blog: Everything You Need To Know To Create Professional Business Card

Design Business Cards Online

Hi. I'm Kirsty and I'm instantprint's design online template designer. If you’re a startup with no marketing budget, or an established business taking on more staff, you can easily create and reprint your own custom Business Card design in any standard Business Card size using our online tool.

It’s entirely free to use, and you can save your work to carry on developing your Business Card design until you’re happy with it. Start from a totally blank canvas, or choose from hundreds of FREE Business Card templates to get your creativity flowing.

Our 10 Point Quality Check 

Every piece of artwork you send to us goes through our unique and rigorous 10 point quality control process. This means that your artwork is checked by your very own Personal Artworker automatically assigned to you as standard, as soon as you upload your artwork. Your Personal Artworker will review your artwork to make sure that your print products are of the highest quality. They check your artwork's compliancy with bleed and safety zones, they check whether you have the correct number of sides and pages for the product you're printing and also whether the resolution is suitable for print!