A simple fold in half like a book -- this folding option creates two panels on each side.
The most popular option, this classic brochure fold has three panels on each side. The front panels fold in toward eachother. Also called a letter fold.
Also called an accordion fold, this option creates three panels on each side, with alternating folds.
A presentation-style fold, this brochure option creates two symmetrical panel doors that open to reveal a three-panel interior.
In double gate folds there are three parallel folds. The left and right edges of the paper fold and meet in the middle, along a center fold, and are then folded again toward the center.
With this custom brochure fold the paper is folded in half toward one side, and then folded in half again in the same direction, parallel to the first fold.
This is where the folding starts at one end and rolls inward into itself.
This is our thinnest brochure paper, most similar to typical copy paper, but higher quality, and with slightly more weight. It makes for easy folding and is the best choice for writing on with a ball point pen.
Print brochures on this for a thin paper with a smooth finish.
Full-bodied paper perfect for folding, coated with a gloss finish for brochures printed with more durability.
Same thickness as 100 lb. glossy paper but with a matte/dull finish for an understated and softer look and feel. Ballpoint pens with oil-based ink and permanent ink markers work best for writing on this paper.
This is a lightweight cardstock that is durable and perfect for folding. It also has a glossy finish for vibrant color printing and better protection. Excellent for door hangers, brochures, calendar covers, etc.
Same thickness as 10 pt. glossy cardstock but with a matte/dull finish. Ideal choice when you want heftier brochures. Ballpoint pens with oil-based ink and permanent ink markers work best for writing on this paper.