Taste SavingsBusiness Card Templates

  • review:

    "...From collaboration, to conception, to design - TOI delivered a product that exceeded all competitors capabilities & my own expectations."


    -Allen Thomas, Music Photography

  • fact:

    Taste Templates was originally requested by fans, followers, and customers for an affordable route to own custom and professional agency design.

  • review:

    "It's all about the professionalism, the speed, and the thought of knowing that I have one less thing to worry about."


    -Keith Esernio with Crossborders.tv

    located in New York, NY

  • fact:

    Cotton Cards are printed manually (2-up) using an Original Heidelberg letterpress made in 1950. Decorative foil is applied to Cotton Cards with the force of a traditional Kluge press.

  • review:

    "Extremely thorough in handling our artwork...loved this seamless process from production to the completion of a finished product."


    -Amanda B. with Two Paper Dolls 

    located in Wayne, PO

  • fact:

    Taste Printing designed and printed Tear-Off Cards early in 2009, and spent the rest of the year perfecting the process. In 2010, Taste of Ink opened the door for everyone to enjoy the incredible printed piece.

  • review:

    "It's easy for me to get excited about Taste of Ink's results ---- they create something worth talking about."


    -Jeff E. Payne with AscendWorks 

    located in Dallas, TX

  • fact:

    In 2009, Taste Printing pioneered and introduced Cotton Cards & Suede Cards to the public.

  • review:

    "Working with the Taste of Ink print technicians was as amazing as the products are themselves..."


    -Michael O'Connor with AZ83.com

    located in Arizona

  • fact:

    Taste of Ink Cards are featured on over 35 design inspiration blogs and websites across the internet.

  • review:

    "Every time a card is handed out we're asked, Where did you get these printed?"


    -Jeff Wall, Creative Director 

    at Acquinity Interactive

  • fact:

    Taste of Ink has designed and printed for clients in every state and province in North America.

  • review:

    "Taste of Ink has allowed our print ideas to come to life.  We often design our projects with Taste of Ink in mind..."


    -Halee Janes, Entrepreneur

    located in Jackson, MO

  • fact:

    Taste of Ink is featured in The Best of Business Card Design 9 by Rockport Publishing. The book can be purchased online or in any Barnes and Noble bookstore.

  • review:

    "It's always pleasant working with a professional organization such as Taste of Ink."


    -Sasha Nabs, Photographer in Miami Beach, FL

  • fact:

    Taste of Ink invented Layer Cards and print them everyday. It's a card type that integrates specialty options, two card stocks, adhesive, and custom dies.

  • review:

    "Everyone asks how much I spent on custom design...they're shocked you can get something as high quality with a template."


    -Julie Kite, Julie Kite Gardens

    located in Salt Lake City, UT

  • fact:

    Taste of Ink is known for its specialty options: spot gloss highlights, decorative foil stamping, guilded edges, debossing, die-cutting, metallic inks, custom punch outs, perforation, and more.

  • review:

    "The design service was a wonderful experience...These people share and take pride in their art."


    -Perry Bergelt, AZ Real Estate

    located in Scottsdale, Arizona


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