Cutstomize your booklets size, shape, and color 

  • Saddle-stitched or wire binding
  • Full color prints
  • Variety of paper, page counts & binding options
  • Total Pages: 8 (cover = 4, inside = 4) - 96 (cover = 4, inside = 92)
  • Available sizes: 5.5"x8.5" - 12x12"
  • Pricing starts from $335.56 - Minimum: 250

 

Are you interested in ordering custom bulk booklets? Send us a message today for your FREE quote. Simply, email us your design along with the style and quanitity of stickers you're looking for. From there our team will create a digital mock up and estimate for you!

 

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Custom - Bulk Booklets

$335.56Price
  • 10 pt. Cardstock Gloss:

    • Lightweight cardstock with a gloss finish .
    • Full color printing.
    • Requires scoriong prior to folding.
    • Paper from sustainable sources.
    • May be written on, but testing is recommended.
    • Ballpoint pens and permanent markers work best.
    • Good choice for invitations & catelog covers.

    10 pt. Cardstock Matte:

    • Lightweight cardstock, with a non-reflective matte finish.
    • Requires scoring prior to folding.
    • Paper from sustainable sources.
    • May be written on but testing is recommended.
    • ballpoint pens and permanent markers work best.
    • Great choice for heftier brochures, invitations & catelogs.

    14 pt. Cardstock Gloss:

    • Stiff, thick cardstock with a gloss finish.
    • Full color printing.
    • Water-based coating to add resistance for scratch & scuffs.
    • Paper from sustainable sources.
    • May be written on but testing is recommended.
    • Ballpoint pens and permanent markers work best.
    • Popular choice for business cards, postcards, hang tags, etc.

    14pt. Cardstock Matte:

    • Durable cardstock with a non-reflective surface.
    • Colors come out muted for an elegant, subdued effect.
    • Ballpoint pens and permanent markers work best.
    • Suitable for understated colors on an elegant design.

    16 pt. Cardstock Gloss:

    • Slightly thicker than 14 pt. cardstock.
    • Colors appear extra vivid, and come with a reflective shine.
    • May be written on but testing is recommended.
    • Ballpoint pens and permanent markers work best.
    • Popular choice for business cards, postcards, hang tags, etc.
    • Achieves a distinct, professional look.

    16 pt. Cardstock Matte:

    • Slightly thicker than 14 pt. cardstock 
    • Colors come out muted for an elegant, subdued effect.
    • Ballpoint pens and permanent markers work best.
    • Suitable for understated colors on an elegant design.

    70 lb. Paper Uncoated:

    • Uncoated for excellent writability & printability.
    • Tactile paper feel.
    • Paper from sustainable sources.
    • Best choice for letterhead, envelopes, & marketing materials.

    80 lb. Paper Gloss:

    • Thick paper with a gloss finish.
    • Full color printing.
    • 20% thinner & lighter than 100 lb. paper.
    • Paper from sustainable sources.
    • May be written on but testing is recommended.
    • Ballpoint pens and permanent markers work best.
    • Affordable choice for brochures, flyers and booklets.

    80 lb. Paper Matte:

    • Thick paper with a non-reflective matte finish.
    • 20% thinner and lighter than 100 lb. paper.
    • Paper from sustainable sources.
    • May be written on but testing is recommended.
    • Ballpoint pens and permanent markers work best.
    • Affordable choice for brochures, flyers & booklets.

    100 lb. Paper Gloss:

    • Thick, substantial paper with a gloss finish.
    • Full color printing.
    • Paper from sustainable sources, 10% recycled content.
    • May be written on but testing is recommended.
    • Ballpoint pens and permanent markers work best.
    • Most popular choice for brochures, flyers, posters and catelogs.

    100 lb. Paper Matte:

    • Thick paper with a non-reflective matte finish.
    • Paper from sustainable sources, 10% recycled content.
    • Non-glossy surface provides better writability, but testing is recommended.
    • Ballpoint pens and permanent markers work best.
    • Affordable choice for brochures, flyers, booklets and catelogs.
  • The difference between a catalog and booklet is that the flap and opening of a catalog is on the shorter side whereas a booklet has the flap and opening on the longer side.