Prantl’s Bakery Business Cards

  • January 21, 2021

We have recently completed a few projects for Pittsburgh’s Prantl’s Bakery. Our most recent project for them was to redesign their business cards. This redesign keeps the consistent look and feel from their brochure as well as their upcoming new website.

The cards are printed on both sides with 16 point stock and are full color. The front of the cards showcase the world famous burnt almond torte and the back lists all of their four Pittsburgh locations.

Keeping consistency within a brand over multiple platforms is such a easy way to make a lasting impression and to place a consistent message in the minds of consumers.

If you are looking for designs like these for your logo or printed materials please contact Laick Design.

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