Flyers

Flyers are usually one or two color printed on bright paper for handing out or inserting in newspapers. They are usually used to advertise an event or sale. Full color flyers can be good for theater advertisements.

Envelope Sizes
These are the standard sizes used for Flyers. If you are interested in a custom size, please use our quote request form.
  • 4.25x5.5
  • 5.5x8.5
  • 8.5x11
80# Gloss Text
A very light weight glossy stock, great for hand outs or inserts. Also commonly used in catalogs and calendars for the lighter weight finished product.
80# Dull Text
A very light weight dull stock, with the quality feel of coated paper without the sheen. Great for hand outs or inserts where you want the text to be easily legible.
100# Gloss Text
The most commonly used paper for brochures, catalogs, booklets, flyers and general presentation pieces. The lighter weight is easily folded, and the glossy coated sheet gives your graphics a nice crisp, quality look.
100# Dull Text
A lighter weight dull stock used for brochures, catalogs, booklets and presentation pieces where you want a softer look. This stock has the quality and feel of a coated stock with out the sheen of a glossy stock, text tends to be easier to read.
80# Gloss Cover
A lighter glossy cover stock commonly used for calendar or catalog covers where you want a thicker cover than the inside pages, but still want a light-weight finished product. Also great for rack cards.
80# Dull Cover
A lighter dull cover stock commonly used for calendar or catalog covers where you want a soft look with a thicker cover than the inside pages, but still want a light-weight finished product. Also great for rack cards.
100# Gloss Cover
The most commonly used stock for postcards, rack cards, and folded mailers. It is also used for the covers of booklets, programs and catalogs.
100# Dull Cover
A dull cover stock used for postcards, rack cards, folded mailers, and general presentation pieces where you want a softer look, but still the print quality of a coated sheet.
12pt C1S
A heavier stock with a gloss coating on one side and a rougher uncoated finish on the other side. Commonly used for postcards where you want a little thicker stock or pocket folders. Usually printed either 4 color over black only, or 4 color on the coated side only.
80# Bright White
Standard uncoated cover stock most commonly used for business cards or response cards.
20# White
Your most basic "typing" paper. Used for basic copies, manual, booklets, packets, notepads and other general use projects.
60# White
Slightly thicker than 20# white, most commonly used when you are looking for a slightly thicker sheet, whether for a quality look or strength.
70# White
Our heaviest house text weight stock. Used for basic letterheads, presentation projects, or anytime you just want that heavy quality feel.
20# Color
Your most basic "typing" paper. Used for basic copies, flyers, inserts, newsletters or hand outs where you want light colors. These colors are generally on the "pastel" side. If you are looking for bright or flourescent colors, take a look at the Astrobright color options.
60# Color
Slightly heavier colored paper. Used for basic copies, flyers, inserts, newsletters or hand outs where you want light colors. These colors are generally on the "pastel" side. If you are looking for bright or flourescent colors, take a look at the Astrobright color options.
60# AstroBrights
Used for basic copies, flyers, inserts, newsletters or hand outs where you want bright vibrant colors to attract attention. These colors are generally on the bright or flourescent side. If you are looking for "pastel" colors, take a look at the 20# or 60# Color options.
Black Front
Printing in just black on one side of the paper. This is used for business forms or simple flyers and is the least expensive method to print.
Black Front and Back
Printing in just black on both sides of the sheet. This is used for business forms, simple newsletters and is the least expensive method to print.
4 color front only
Printing on one side in full color using Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and Black ink to reproduce most colors. This is the same method used to print magazines, flyers, photographs, newsletters, almost everything that is more than one color. Most commonly used to print posters or pocket folders.
4 color Front and Black Back
Printing on one side in full color using Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and Black ink as described above and Black ink only on the other side. Most commonly used to print postcards or hand outs.
4 color Front and Back
Printing on both sides in full color using Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and Black ink to reproduce most colors. This is the same method used to print magazines, flyers, photographs, newsletters, almost everything that is more than one color. Most commonly used to print brochures, catalogs, postcards or presentation pieces.
1 PMS Front
Printing in one solid colored ink to give the look of color without the cost of 4-color process. Most commonly used for business cards, letterheads, envelopes, or other business package pieces.
Black with 1 PMS Front
Printing in one solid colored ink and black to give the look of color with black text without the cost of 4-color process. These can be combined to produce a wider range of color than only using one. Most commonly used for business cards, letterheads, envelopes, or other business package pieces.
2 PMS Front
Printing using two different solid colored inks to give the look of color without the cost of 4-color process. These can be combined to produce a wider range of color than only using one. Most commonly used for business cards, letterheads, envelopes, or other business package pieces.
1 PMS Front and Back
Printing in one solid colored ink to give the look of color without the cost of 4-color process. Most commonly used for business cards, letterheads, envelopes, or other business package pieces.
Black with 1 PMS Front and Back
Printing in one solid colored ink and black to give the look of color with black text without the cost of 4-color process. These can be combined to produce a wider range of color than only using one. Most commonly used for business cards, letterheads, envelopes, or other business package pieces.
2 PMS Front and Back
Printing using two different solid colored inks to give the look of color without the cost of 4-color process. These can be combined to produce a wider range of color than only using one. Most commonly used for business cards, letterheads, envelopes, or other business package pieces.
Hole Drilling
Drilling the finished piece allows for use in 3 or 5 ring binders, or holes for hang tags.
Shrink Wrapping
Shrink wrapping is commonly used for packaging promotional items, or stocking items for easy distribution.
Scoring
Scoring is used to assist with folding, especially on heavier stocks to avoid cracking of the stock. On some of the heavier stocks, scoring may be required if you are folding the piece.
Perforating
Perforating is used on postcards, brochures, mailers, or door hangers usually for a tear off return card or coupon.
Round Corner
Round cornering adds a unique finished look to your piece.
Folding
Folding is commonly used with brochures and mailers. The most common folds are the half-fold and the tri-fold, but there are other options for larger brochures, or if you are looking for a unique finish to help your brochure stand out.
  • No Folding
  • Half-Fold
  • Tri-Fold
  • Z-Fold
  • Double Parallel
File Setup

Our advanced file handling processes and programs makes setting up your flyers easier than ever. When your files are ready, send us a high resolution PDF file, with appropriate bleed.

Our talanted staff are ready to help if you have any questions on best practices.