Deboss/ Emboss/ Foil Stamp Impressions on Back of Paper

Deboss/ Emboss/ Foil Stamp Impressions on Back of Paper

When debossing, embossing, or foil stamping with a deep impression, a mirror image of the impression will appear on the back side of the card.

Consider the artwork on the back side of the card in the impression area. 

To remove the impression, we can glue a sheet on the back side so that the impression is hidden. This increases costs but it also makes the card double the

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