Brochures are better from Jukebox Print
Our brochures boast full, luminescent colour - on one or both sides - and are produced in the unique options you’ve been looking for! 100lb Gloss Text paper is cost effective and conservative, while options like Brown Kraft and shimmery Pearl stock will up the wow factor of your brochures. Choose small or large quantities to suit your needs, and use our brochures for creative uses like menus, folded invitations and more!
Looking for something custom? Submit a custom print request for speciality additions, custom sizes and even more paper options!
Looking for something natural?
We now offer 100% recycled brown kraft and 90% recycled cream pulp brochures.
Show you care by adding this graphic to your card about the environmental credentials of the paper and inks used. Download and add it to your card design.
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Mini brochures are available in our lightweight stock or if you want a thicker option you can go with with our 14pt. If you are looking for something natural consider choosing from our 100% recycled stocks that boast both environmental friendliness and premium style.
Mini brochures are available in our lightweight stock or if you want a thicker option you can go with with our 14pt.
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With a wide range of folding options available, it's easy to forget which stocks work best with each folding type. Below are guidelines to help you choose the best brochure for your needs.
All brochures are scored prior to folding. Scoring is the process of creasing the paper so it will fold easier.
Brochure orders are folded according to the order specifications and delivered folded, unless the "no folding" option is selected.
See: Brochure folding options.
Thinner papers (70lb - 100lb) are best suited for brochures as they can easily be folded after scoring.
Brochures printed on a card stock (10pt or thicker) are more prone to opening and will not lay as flat because it is thicker and more resistant to folding.
Laminate coatings (like Silk Matte Laminate) increases the strength of the stock causing more resistance to folding. As a result, the panels of folded brochures will likely stay open and not lay flat.
Can I order a custom size or shape Brochure?
Yes, we can create brochures in almost any shape and size.
Folding options and print finishes are almost endless – even shaped brochures (die-cut). If your custom requirements are not available for order on our website, please request a Print Quote.
For a list of common paper sizes, see: Standard paper sizes.
What will be the finished size of my brochure?
Below is the size of the brochures when folded and placed on a flat surface:
Gate Fold (Single)
Gate Fold (Double)
4 x 11 (Mini)
|4 x 4||3.6979 x 4||3.6667 x 4||5.5 x 4||2.8125 x 4|
8.5 x 11 (Standard)
|5.5 x 8.5||3.6979 x 8.5||3.6667 x 8.5||5.5 x 8.5||2.8125 x 8.5|
|11 x 17||8.5 x 11||5.6979 x 11||5.6667 x 11||8.5 x 11||
4.2188 x 11
What is a mini brochure?
Mini Brochures are just like our stand
The flat page size of the Mini Brochures is 11 x 4 inches, folded in the same way as our other brochures.
They are a handy pocket-sized brochure great size for instruction manuals, guides, resumes and other advertising and marketing needs.
See: Folding options.
What is the most common Brochure option?
The most common brochures are Trifold (Roll Fold) 8.5" x 11".
This size fits into most standard rack card holders and #10 letter Envelopes.
Why are panel sizes different for Brochures?
Each panel of a brochure may have a different size depending on the folding method – this is so that the brochure folds and closes nicely. Generally the difference is only 1-3mm between panels.
Our Blank Layout Templates have the sizes clearly outlined. Ensure you (or your designer) are using the right template for the folding-option you will be ordering. It also means that brochure designs are not interchangeable between folding types (for example, you cannot use a design for a 3-panel trifold and order a 3-panel accordion-fold). Your design will need to be adjusted to match the folding lines.
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Select Brochure 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.