Leaflet and Flyer Printing

Using leaflets and flyer is a great way to promote your company, and with so many different types of leaflets available, the only thing which really limits how a leaflet can look is the imagination of its creator.

There are many different kinds of leaflets and flyers with the most common leaflet sizes being based on the standard ‘A’ series; A6, A5, A4 etc. What leaflet size you go for depends on how you plan to distribute or your leaflet and how much content you have.he most popular leaflet size is the A5 format (and usually double-sided to make the most of both sides) The A5 leaflet works well to either hand-out in person, post through a letterbox or display in a dispenser.

Below are some different flyer and leaflet print formats bakergoodchild can help you with:

  • Single sheet
    The simplest form of leaflet marketing, one single sheet with the sole intention to get your business information to people in the minimum time possible. You can print on one or both sides of the paper.
  • Single fold
    Using a sheet of A4, with a single fold to turn it into an A5 sized booklet, can be an effective way of getting a bit more marketing information in front of your customer.
  • Concertina fold
    Creating a zig-zag, or Z fold, with your sheet of paper. This gives you six panels to use for your advertising.
  • Cross fold
    Small and portable, this is a pocket size piece of marketing material. The cross fold is a sheet of paper folded multiple times, a bit like London tube maps.
  • Open gate fold
    These leaflets take the form of a rectangular strip of paper, divided into thirds. The outer two sections are folded in to the middle, providing a ‘gate’ for the key information which the reader will find in the central section.
  • Closed gate fold
    Not surprisingly very similar to the open gate fold, the closed gate fold is folded one more time in the centre of the main panel, meaning the leaflet opens up in a booklet form.
  • Roll fold
    Similar to the Z fold, this design features panels which fold into the middle of the leaflet. Six panels is the most common, but you can also roll fold eight panels.