A great way to make a statement and inform your customers of your event or promotion. Folded Leaflets are the best choice for conveying a lot of information in an easily accessible format
ur folded leaflets make light work of spreading the word for your next event or promotion, and are the most cost effective method of marketing for any business. They are perfect for conveying a large amount of information, and are available in a variety of variations. Printed on your choice of Gloss, Silk or Uncoated, we'll always pick the best finishing method for your job, taking into account stock ordered, lamination and even the grain direction of the paper.
We use a combination or digital and litho methods to allow us to give you the best price we can. As a general rule of thumb, print runs up to 500 are printed digitally while runs above 500 will be printed litho but this cannot be guaranteed.
Our Folded Leaflet range includes simple central folds as well as more complex and creative folds. Leaflets are the best choice for conveying a lot of information in an easily accessible format. Our 130gsm stocks are folded, while our thicker 170gsm stocks are creased and folded to protect the ink and provide a smooth fold.
|Printed Sides||Single or Double Sided|
|Material||Gloss and Silk options available|
|Bleed||3mm All Round|
|Resolution||300 dpi minimum|
|Fonts||Outlined or Embedded|
When creating any leaflet, please supply your artwork as a 2 page, double sided PDF. For example, on an A4 creased to A5, page 1 should display pages 4 & 1 of the leaflet and page 2 should display pages 2 & 3
Before submitting creased leaflet artwork, we recommend you print a mock up to check the artwork is positioned correctly.
When creating artwork with a landscape crease, please submit the front and back pages on the same page, with the front page orientation correct and the back page rotated 180 degrees. The inside pages should be on page 2 and rotated 180 degrees so that the orientation is correct on the final print. You can check the orientation is correct by printing a mock up before sending your artwork.