One of the best solutions for enhancing the surface of printed products is embossing, or foil stamping. For this procedure we use different but most often gold or silver coloured stamping foil that enables us to create unique decoration elements. It is an elegant solution most often used on labels for wine bottles and beauty products. The procedure is done either cold or hot. The difference between the two processes is that at hot stamping a metal (most often copper) press sheet is needed which is heated to 120 C° and used for “ironing” the foil onto the surface of the label. By applying this method more contoured edges and finer patterns can be created. When applying the cold process, we use traditional press template (plate) that is used to administer glue that dries to UV light onto the surface and this glue will keep the foil on the surface of the foil label. This technology is more simple and can be executed on most of the web fed printing presses, however the contours of the foil are not so exact and clear cut.