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Jett Print Wood Business Cards are ideal for businesses in certain industries that really want to be remembered by potential and existing customers.

Jett Print wood business cards are printed digitally in CMYK using nontoxic toner. This is an ideal printing process, it has less wastage and is also very low in electricity & chemical usage.

Jett Print offer three types of wood business cards: Birch, Mahogany & Cherry. Wood choice is a personal decision that only you can make, a good guide to go by is what wood colour appeals to you the most.

If you’re not sure on our wood business card stock options, please click to here to request a sample pack.

The thickness of the wood used for business card printing is approximately 0.45 mm (equal to 300-350 gsm card stock)

Each card is naturally different in look, there will be different shades of wood grain throughout the printed sheet, so your wood business cards will be even more unique!

The timber used for Jett Print Wood Business Cards, is not damaging to the environment, the wood is sourced internationally with the trees being grown in family owned small plantations. For every order of Wood Business Cards printed, there is another tree planted, even though your order only uses a small fraction of a tree. These tress are planted in a non harvesting areas as well, even better!

Jett Print wood business cards wood (get it?!) suit many businesses, but here are some that would particularly benefit from printing wood business cards:

  • Carpenters
  • Timber sale yards
  • Sawmills
  • Hardware stores

You can check out Jett Print Wood Business Card pricing here. In the future Jett Print will also be offering invitations and bookmarks printed on wood, check back with us regularly!








If you have any questions about having your Business Cards printed on wood, please email us. We have the design & printing solutions for any budget and we deliver to anywhere in Australia, including Tweed Coast (Tweed Heads), Gold Coast, Brisbane, Northern Rivers (Byron Bay) & The Sunshine Coast.

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