Custom Booklet Printing in Vancouver
Jukebox booklets are a stylish and professional package for your information, portfolio or writing.
Show off your photography or design work the right way through our superior print service and high quality materials. Nothing beats the feeling of seeing your work published in a premium bound book - we’ve created everything from cookbooks and children’s books to technical instruction booklets and high-end portfolios. We offer different sizing and binding options to suit all needs. Choose between uncoated stocks with natural texture, silk matte, or premium coatings with modern finishes; We even offer thick cardstock options for stronger, more durable covers and pages.
Order booklets for all of your creative projects, including catalogues, magazines and calendars. Order as little as 50 printed booklets or choose offset output for your large quantity projects. We’ve got everything you need to create the next chapter in your business. Print your custom booklets from Vancouver's leader in premium printing.
Custom Printed Coil Booklets
Brand your business with custom coil booklets. Coils come in various sizes. Jukebox booklets are a stylish and professional package for your information, portfolio or writing.
Perfect Bound Booklets are Classy!
Suited for booklets with higher page counts, Perfect Bound Booklets speak class, quality and professionalism. Perfect Bound Booklets are perfect - for housing beautiful designs for your portfolio or any business looking to showcase products or writing. Jukebox is Vancouver's choice for premium printing for all your booklet needs.
Cobolt Blue Booklet with Copper Foil
Lululemon Coil Booklets with pulp inside pages
Perfect bound booklets produced on Vibrant Pearl and sillver foil
Mozilla Wooden Booklets produced with Gold Foil and gold coil
Cute perfect bound booklets produced with 20pt cotton cover
16 page mini booklet produced on 100lb gloss text and saddled stiched
Cookbook printed with 10pt silk cover and 100lb text inside pages.
Mini Notebook with Gold Coil
Mini Notebook with Gold Coil
Custom Size Booklets
that meet your needs
Looking for a unique size or even shape? We can produce anything you can imagine with various coatings.
Request your custom quote today.
Coil Rings in 3 Unique Colors
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Most Popular Questions
Can I do a full bleed cover on my Booklet? Will the spine show cracking?
The covers of our Booklets (and Calendars) are scored along the spine prior to binding to avoid cracking of the ink along the spine and folds.
The amount of cracking that occurs depends on the type of binding, coating and and/or the colours of your design.
Do I need to adjust my Booklet for creep?
No, your booklet files will be adjusted for creep during our prepress processes.
Do I need to imposition my Booklet files?
No, your booklet files will be impositioned during our prepress processes.
Please supply your design files as single pages (not spreads or imposed) in one PDF. See: Press-ready files for Booklets.
Coil bound booklets: safety margin
When designing a coil bound booklet, it is important to consider the placement of the coil binding.
We recommend a safety margin of 0.625 inches away from the spine of the booklet.
How do I calculate the spine width of a perfect bound booklet?
The spine of a booklet is the side/edge where it is bound. For perfect bound booklets, the width of the spine varies based on total number of inside sheets and how thick each of the inside sheet is.
It is important to know the spine width of your perfect bound booklet so you can design the cover properly. As the cover of a perfect bound booklet wraps around the inside pages, the spine width needs to be added to the width of the covers (front and back).
To calculate the spine width you can use our perfect bound booklet maker tool.
On what side are Booklets bound?
Our Booklets and Calendars are generally bound on the long side.
We can also bind on the short side (additional costs may apply). If you would like to order a booklet bound on the short side, please submit a Print Quote.
How many pages in a calendar?
A 12-month wall calendar generally has 28 pages,
Front Cover (1 page), 12 double-page month spreads (24 pages), double-page year overview (2 pages), back cover (1 page).
A coil bound calendar can have as little as 14 pages.
How to calculate the number of pages
If you are placing an order for booklets, it is important to know how we calculate the number of pages to place your order correctly.
All pages are counted when bound, including the cover. The cover (including inside front cover, inside back cover and back cover) counts as 4 pages.
Standard saddle-stitched booklets are produced by folding multiple sheets of paper in half and then stapling in the centre. As an example, one flat 17" x 11" sheet saddle-stitched to an 8.5" x 11" booklet would count as 4 pages. Using the same example, if two 17" x 11" sheets were saddle-stitched, the result would be an 8.5" x 11" booklet with 8 pages.
Saddle-stitched booklets must have a page count that is a multiple of 4. Coil and perfect bound booklets must have a page count that is a multiple of 2.
- Page 1 Front cover
- Page 2 Inside front cover
- Page 3 First "internal" page (right-hand-side)
- ... internal pages
- 3rd last page Last "internal" page (left-hand-side)
- 2nd last page Inside back cover
- Last page Back cover
Coil and perfect bound booklets are simpler to calculate as no folding is required – single sheets, with 2 sides or pages per sheet, are bounded together resulting with an even page count. For example, seven 5.5" x 8.5" sheets coil bound on the left-hand side will have a total of 14 pages. Perfect bound booklets are produced by wrapping a four-page cover around single sheets of paper and gluing them at the spine.
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Select Booklets Template:
Select File Format:
- Bleed Area
- Trim Area
- Safe Area
Bleed Area refers to images that extend to the very edges of a design. To prevent an unwanted white border from showing at the edge of your design, or for the design to appear slightly off-center, be sure to extend any background colors or design elements all the way to the edge of bleed (.125” past the trim on all four sides).
Trim Area refers to the amount of the image that will appear on your finished product. These areas will also be marked with ‘cut lines’ on your proof and are where we aim to cut your card.
Safety Area in most cases refers to 1/8 of an inch inside of the Trim Area. For thicker papers 20pt and up or wooden papers the Safety Area increases ¼ of an inch inside the Trim Area. we strongly recommend you keep important aspects of your design such as text and logos well inside of the Safety Area, otherwise, they may be cut off.