of our products are embossed. "Blind Embossing" (or more
commonly called embossing) is a process that applies pressure to both
sides of a material to alter the surface, giving it a three dimensional
or raised effect. The procedure involves the use of two dies; one
fitting into the other so that the raised die forces the stock into
the recessed die to create the embossed impression. There is no ink,
toner or outlining in the blind embossing process. The result is a
subtle, yet elegant image for your personalized stationery and napkins.