Yes, you certainly can. The way you set up your artwork for this print method is a little different to white ink printing only, or white ink + CMYK.
Here’s how you do it in Illustrator (you must name the spot colours exactly)
Digi Gold + White
Elements to be printed in Digital Gold should be a Red spot colour (CMYK 0/100/100/0) and named: Gold
Elements to be printed in White Ink should be a Magenta spot colour (CMYK 0/100/0/0) and named: White
Digi Silver + White
Elements to be printed in Digital Silver should be a Cyan spot colour (CMYK 100/0/0/0) and named: Silver
Elements to be printed in White Ink should be a Magenta spot colour (CMYK 0/100/0/0) and named exactly: White
If you’re using Canva (which can’t create spot colours) use these Hex values for Gold or Silver instead:
Gold: #ff0000 (Red)
Silver: #00ffff (Cyan)
White: #ff00ff (Magenta)
Digi Gold and Silver based Metallics + White
Unfortunately, it’s not currently possible to print with Digital Metallics with Canva. Illustrator or InDesign is required for metallic printing.
For artwork to be printed in Gold or Silver-based Metallics it must be supplied as a spot colour named the swatch you wish to use (e.g. GM 01, GM 12 etc) Download our metallic swatches here and use them in Illustrator or InDesign. For the white ink component it’s the same as above:
White Ink should be a Magenta spot colour (CMYK 0/100/0/0) and named exactly: White
Click here for more information about setting up your artwork for Digital Gold and Silver-based Metallics
We print a double-hit of white toner when printing in white ink only BUT we can’t print a double hit of white ink if also printing Gold/Silver/Metallics. This means that the white ink component of the design won't be as saturated/crisp as usual.
For more in depth information about setting up your artwork read our artwork guidelines