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Whether you’re looking to inform, attract, or communicate with your clientele, A6 flyers can facilitate all this and more while their handy size makes for easy distribution!
Advertise events, organize festivals, promote goods or recruit members – the flyer is a versatile piece of print media primed to help you get the word out.
Designs are printed double or single sided on 150gsm paper in flawless full colour with an option of either gloss or silk finishes.
Colour Format: CMYK
Resolution: 300 dpi (minimum)
Bleed area: 111 x 154 mm
Make sure that your background extends to fill the bleed to avoid your cards having white edges when trimmed.
Trim page size: 105 x 148 mm
This is where we aim to cut your cards.
Safe Area: 95 x 138 mm
Text: Outlined or embedded
How many flyers should I print?
What are Flyers and leaflets?
What are Flyers and Leaflets used for?
How to make Flyers and Leaflets?
What size is best for flyers and Leaflets?
105 x 148mm (A6): One of the most popular sizes of flyers is A6, is the smallest size great to short and direct campaigns.
99 x 210 mm (DL): Fit perfectly into DL envelopes, making them a great choice for a direct mail campaign.
148 x 210mm (A5): With intermediate size, half the size of the A4 and double of the A6, is one of the most frequently used dimensions.
210 x 297mm (A4): Larger size, suitable promotions containing images and illustrations of products and services.
What should I put on a flyer?
1 – Plan the design/content that you will use on your Flyer.
2 – Write a catchy and brief content.
3 – Use visual points of focus like images or a catchy Headline.
4 – Include where to find you online or physically.
5 – Include your contacts information.
6 – Choose the colours to match the objectives of your Flyers.
7 – Choose the right Flyers and Leaflets characteristics to match your Design.