Artwork on-screen is not, under any circumstances, exactly how it will look once printed. Printing is a complicated process and we expect our clients to have a reasonable degree of tolerance for certain aspects of printing especially color. To add color control please request a quote so that you can be charged accordingly or request a hardcopy proof and allow extra time for your job to be completed.
If you content has been professionally prepared and you know that the version of art you’re providing is print ready with bleeds and appropriate margin then you are good to go.
If you aren’t sure if your art is technically sound or if it needs edits made to it’s content, please select the appropriate artwork option and fee.
If you need artwork made for you please write your design instructions when placing the order to the best of you ability and understand that additional charges may be quoted to you depending on the complexity of your artwork.
Mini Stapled Booklets
Do you want custom booklets, but they need to be tiny? We can help. Whether you’re looking for instruction manuals for packaging, or making a pocket-sized promotional piece we’ll be able to help out without an issue. The Best part is that along with a small quantity, comes a low minimum. If you need it in a hurry, take advantage of our fast-turnaround times.
Small saddle stitch booklet printing is just a variation of the larger, more common books. It’s rare to find a booklet smaller than 5×7, and it’s just as hard to find a print shop that offers them. We don’t just offer them, we specialize in small stapled booklet printing.
Small Saddle Stitch Booklet Printing Options
70lb Smooth Text is the paper used most commonly for letterheads. Use this to lend your notepads a superiority that will make them special. Be aware that Dark Colors will appear splotchy or muddled on this paper since it is not coated enough to prevent much ink absorption. It is best to avoid heavy coverage of dark colors.
80lb Gloss Text, extremely popular to use for magazines or booklets.
100lb Gloss Text, a heavy glossy paper, but too thin to be consider cardstock.
100lb Gloss Cardstock, a good, mid weight cardstock that works great as a magazine cover, but too thick to use as inside pages.