Small Flyers are flat promotional printed products that are smaller than our standard flyers. They are a popular and convenient size for distributing promotional material.
1&2 Color printing does not allow for bleeds. For more information, see the "File Setup" tab.
70% ink coverage maximum. We recommend no heavy solid backgrounds. Heavy coverage may extend turnaround time due to dry time to avoid scuffs or scratches.
Our standard sizes, listed below, are the most popular in the industry:
3.5" x 4.25"
3.5" x 8.5"
4.25" x 5.5"
4.25" x 11"
5.5" x 8.5"
20# Uncoated Color Bond
You may be familiar with this type of stock from nice, standard weight, uncoated photocopy paper, although it is somewhat smoother.
70# Uncoated White Smooth Text
You may be familiar with this type of stock from business stationary or typical letterhead.
This paper has a quality feel, folds easily, and is a good choice when you don't want a slick and shiny finish.
100# Gloss Text
You may be familiar with this type of stock from the covers of many popular magazines like People and Time.
This paper strikes a balance between thickness and foldability, while the glossy finish on both sides gives your text a professional appearance.
100# Gloss Cover
You may be familiar with this type of stock from standard business cards.
Stiffer than 100# Gloss Text, this glossy finish cover stock offers sharp folds and a sturdy product for a very professional result. This stock is coated on both sides.
100# Uncoated Cover
You may be familiar with this type of stock from thick index cards, though the finish is much higher quality.
A very versatile stock, the uncoated finish is good when you don't want a slick and shiny look, while the firm 100# stock folds precisely.
Standard weight, uncoated color bond paper. Choose your paper color preference at Step 2 of the ordering process. You have 3 paper color options: Blue, Green, and Yellow.
2/2 (Two Color Both Sides)
In order to reproduce Pantone colors, we will use ink of that specific color. Pantone colors in your file must be specified as the Pantone color you desire. Do not convert the Pantone color to CMYK. While many Pantone colors can be reproduced using blends of CMYK inks, this approach is only available when you order 4-Color Offset or Digital. This is because our 1 & 2 color presses have a maximum of two ink stations.
While many colors can be built as a blend of other colors (for example, red and yellow combined create orange), our 1 & 2 Color printing requires that your files specify that you want orange (Pantone #165) and not a mix of red and yellow.
We get rave reviews for our 1 & 2 Color printing. Following the guidelines above will make it easy for you to get what you want. If you don't know the Pantone color equivalent for the color you want, you can find a Pantone sample book at most art and design stores.
This product prints in a professional, finished quality.