Flyers/Cut Sheets

Flyers/Cut Sheets
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Flyers/Cut Sheets

Get your messages out to the masses. Flyers and Cut Sheets are a cost-effective way to cover a large area without breaking the bank. Hand them out at events or on street corners. Leave them in public places or deliver them to doorsteps. Still use a lot of standard forms? Use this option to produce static forms in bulk.

  • Great for promoting events, upcoming sales, or highlighting limited special offers.
  • Use four-color printing to make your message pop.
  • Not quite ready to go paperless? This is a great way to reproduce loose sheet forms.

Flyers/Cut Sheets

Flyers/Cut Sheets
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  1. Choose Quantity
  2. *Size

  3. *Color Options


    Which color option should I choose?

    Flyers are typically printed one-side, with the back of the sheet left blank. The back side can be printed, too, however, for added effect. Since flyers must often stand out against other printed items posted nearby, color choices are important.

    Full-color printing provides the maximum impact and visual appeal for most flyers. However, if your budget is tight, a well-conceived one color black design can prove an acceptable alternative.

    Front: Full-Color
    Back: Unprinted
  4. *Paper Choices


    Many standard paper options are available for black ink flyers and cut sheets.

    Full color printing is limited to 3 paper choices. If a colored paper is desired, then a colored background should be added to the artwork.



    Black Ink Paper Choices

    Full color paper choices

  5. Folding Options

    View Folded once in the center, creating two, equal halves.
    View Bottom third folded up and top third folded down, overlapping it. Common for letters, flyers, and brochures.
    View Two parallel folds made in opposite directions, resulting in a z-shape fold and creating three panels of equal size. Common for letters, flyers, and brochures.
    View Four panels of equal size. Each panel is folded in the same direction, creating a roll of folds. Also called a roll fold.
    View Four panels. Folded in half and then in half again in the same direction. Two inside sections are slightly skinnier for exact alignment when folding.
    View Uses alternating folds to create multiple panels of similar size. Folds resemble the pleats of an accordion.
    View Folded in half creating two equal sections, then turned 90 degrees and folded again in three, equal sections.
    View Folded in half, creating two equal sections. Then, turned 90 degrees and folded again in half for two more equal sections.
  6. Numbering

  7. Number Location

  8. Padding

  9. Edge to be padded

  10. Hole Drilling

  11. Shrinkwrapping

  12. *Artwork

  13. *Turnaround Times

    Note: Orders over 2000 are not eligible for rush service. Shipping and delivery are not included in these turnaround times.

  15. *File(s)