Describe your products or your business or create the programme for an event in an affordable and easy-to-read format: our compact folded brochures are ideal for making best use of space, and are also perfect for shipping.
- 9 papers available
- Optional lamination
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Folded Flyers for information
Folded flyers are a widely used communication tool, even though there are now several digital alternatives. Like leaflets, folded flyers are usually distributed to a large number of people in busy places, like squares, schools and shopping centres. They contain a series of information presented in a clear and concise way and their aim is to convey a message in a few seconds. Folded flyers are often used in the health and prevention, education, politics and tourism sectors. With Pixartprinting, you can print custom folded flyers online. We offer several customisation options, such as format, number of folds and sides, paper type and much more. This enables you to print a folded flyer tailored to you and fully aligned with your company's or organisation's branding.
Custom folded flyer printing
It is easy to print a custom folded flyer with Pixartprinting! It only takes a few clicks:
- Select your preferred configuration options: decide the format, number of folds and sides, paper type and any lamination.
- Download the useful template from this page in order to set up your print file correctly or use Designer – our online editor – to create the artwork for your folded flyers.
- Submit your order and upload your artwork to complete your purchase.
Folded flyers, leaflets and brochures: the differences
What is the difference between a folded flyer, a leaflet and a brochure? People often get these three communication tools confused but each one actually has its own precise features:
- Folded flyer: this is a single printed sheet, folded once or more to create a certain number of sides.
- Leaflet: this is a single printed sheet that is not folded.
- Brochure: this is created by binding a series of printed sheets, which are joined together with staples or glue.