Leaflets and
Flyers

Leaflets and Flyers are such a
great way to get your message
out there ... quickly and cost
effectively.

3 hassle free order options

It couldn't be easier

Use Your Design

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Getting your Leaflet printing right is not a game of chance. It's a science.

And if you want to keep ahead of the competition there are some important things to watch for.

There’s no doubt that great looking Leaflets and Flyers can make a huge impact, and help you generate sales...

And if you want to keep ahead of the competition there are some important things to watch for.

There’s no doubt that great looking Leaflets and Flyers can make a huge impact, and help you generate sales leads for your business. Producing them in huge numbers, even if the cost is low, is not always the best approach. Remember, strategy and content will be key to your success.

Why not drop us a line to talk over the different options and help get you started?

Coated or Uncoated: not sure which paper type to choose?

What is Coated Paper?

Coated paper and card: this type of material has a very thin polished layer of china clay on the surface which lends a sharp crisp finish to both text and images. And … produces a more vibrant finish to colours. When you need a high sheen finish then coated paper is definitely the one to go for.

Uncoated Paper

Unlike its coated sibling, uncoated paper does not have a high sheen finish and, weight for weight, tends to have more bulk.

However, uncoated papers do lend a softer look and feel to your document and … help you stand out from the crowd. Nearly everyone uses coated paper for their flyers and if you choose something different you’ll be making a very strong statement of difference.

If you’d like some advice or would simply like to talk it over why not call us on 01824 70 8800 to see how we can help?

Standard Sizes

Here are the four most commonly used sized but may more are available

Sizes: A6

105mm wide x 148mm tall (Quarter of the size of an A4 sheet).

Sizes: A5

148mm wide x 210mm tall (Half the size of an A4 sheet).

Sizes: A4

210mm wide x 297mm tall

Sizes: A3

297mm wide x 420mm tall (Two times the size of an A4 sheet)

Some really useful stuff from the oracles of profitable print.

  • You may need to check with your Local Authority to see if you need permission to distribute free printed material in England and Wales.
  • Free printed material includes: leaflets or cards; free newspapers; takeaway menus and other promotional material
  • However, you don’t need permission if the printed material is being distributed: in letterboxes; inside a building, bus or taxi; on behalf of a charity; for political or religious purposes or other beliefs.
  • You may need to check with your Local Authority to see if you need permission to distribute free printed material in England and Wales.
  • Free printed material includes: leaflets or cards; free newspapers; takeaway menus and other promotional material
  • However, you don’t need permission if the printed material is being distributed: in letterboxes; inside a building, bus or taxi; on behalf of a charity; for political or religious purposes or other beliefs.
  • You may need to check with your Local Authority to see if you need permission to distribute free printed material in England and Wales.
  • Free printed material includes: leaflets or cards; free newspapers; takeaway menus and other promotional material
  • However, you don’t need permission if the printed material is being distributed: in letterboxes; inside a building, bus or taxi; on behalf of a charity; for political or religious purposes or other beliefs.
Not sure what you need or what should be on your stationery? Call Alec and the team on 01824 705 800

Design Tips:

Supplying your own Artwork?
If you want to send in a Print Ready PDF here's some top tips for trouble free printing:
  • Colours: save all colours as CMYK unless a spot/pantone colour is also specified. RGB colours will automatically be converted to CMYK and will appear differently in print to what you see on screen.
  • Images: all logos / images should be a minimum of 300dpi - lower resolutions can appear pixelated (blurred).
  • Fonts: please embed all fonts or, convert all fonts to outline.
  • Bleed: please ensure you have included 3mm bleed all round.

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