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What do different colors look like when printed on the wood?
As you may notice on some of the wood cards, there is a degree of transparency, depending on the color. Lighter colors are more transparent and allow the birch wood to show through, while darker browns, reds and greens print more opaque. We have tested many, many colors and the ones you see us use a lot are those that we know will print well.
If you're designing your own card, please keep in mind that we will need to ensure the color will print well on the wood, so we recommend selecting colors that you see used in other wood cards on our website. If you see a particular color that you like, please steer us to a card or website with a sample of the color on it and we can provide the pantone or something similar.
Please note that we are unable to use white ink since it tends to get "lost" on the wood as a result of the slight yellow color and grain of the wood cards. Instead, we recommend leaving any white areas blank so the natural wood color can shine through. If you take a look at the printed cards on our website, you can see many examples of this.
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