This clear plastic card pictured starts with a foil stamp on the front of the card. Next, we jump to the back of the card. By printing on the back of the clear card instead of the front you get a real sense of depth, and the foil gets a natural drop shadow since it has the thickness of the card between it and the printing on the back.
On the back of the card the black ink gets printed first, creating the beginning of the face. After that a layer of white ink gets printed to both complete the face, and to set the stage for the information printed on the back of the back of the card…. Confused yet? From there text can be printed on the white that was just printed with out showing through to the front.
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