should indicate whether beveled or rounded edges are
wanted and the type of stock that is to be embossed.
greater depth, more letter space should be allowed in
the artwork; extremely small art or lettering should
the embossing is a picture or actual object, supply
both a line drawing and a photograph, or a detailed
sketch and description.
creating a sculpted or multi-level embossing, supply a
tissue overlay color coded for the different levels
embossing large, deep areas, allow excess trim of at
least 1-2" to eliminate pinching or buckling.
to be embossed should be heavy enough to withstand the
pressure of embossing. 25% cotton or better is
coated papers when a deep, detailed embossing is needed.
Coatings will crack and split when stretched too far:
however a shallow, single lever emboss can be
accomplished on coated papers.