Eco-friendly Brochure Printing
Our Recycled, Forest Friendly Paper is up to 100% Recycled
Eco-friendly Printing Every Step of the Way
Offer In-House Brochure Mailing
Offer Free Downloadable Brochure Templates
We offer four high quality, environmentally friendly, FSC Certified papers to choose from. Each varies in recycled content, weight, look and feel.
If you need help selecting the right paper for your Brochure, drop us a line.
Mohawk Uncoated Cover has a smooth print surface which delivers crisp results.
50% - 100% Post-consumer Waste & Recycled Paper Content
Reincarnation Matte Cover has a unique and sophisticated look and feel.
100% Recycled Paper, 60% Post-consumer Waste
Dull (Silk) Stock is perfect for items that rely on photographs or fine artwork.
55% Recycled, 30% Post-consumer Waste
Acid Free and Archival Quality
Gloss Stock is a heavy-weight stock that is durable, yet well-suited for folding.
55% Recycled Paper, 30% Post-consumer Waste
Acid Free and Archival Quality Paper
Brochure Size Options:
Available in the following (flat)sizes:
Brochure Folding Options:
For the most Eco-friendly Brochure mailing, look to Printing Green. Just attach your mailing list in the appropriate format and well handle the rest.
Full Color (CMYK) both sides
Full Color on Front and Black on Back
Full Color Front only
Recycled and Non-Recycled Paper, Eco-friendly Practices:
Non-toxic water-based latex inks and soy-based inks
Scuff-resistant, non-toxic aqueous coating
Efficient minimal waste practices
Chemical-free plate processing
FSC Certified Recycled Paper
For additional Support and Guidance with your Brochure order, browse the help topics on our Support Page
Here you'll find information on:
Our Free Downloadable Brochure Templates
Proofing Your BrochureOptions
: Creating a Print Ready Design File
Mailing Your Brochure Services
Eco-friendly Paper Choices
for Your Certified Green Brochure
If you can't find what you need, drop us a line
. We will get back to promptly!
8 Tips for Writing Great Brochure Content
If you had an unlimited budget, sure
.you could produce one super, amazingly clever brochure. But lets face it; most of us arent running multimillion dollar companies. We run small businesses, providing a solid service and wed like to let people know. Your brochure should reflect exactly this.
Good news is you dont need pop-up illustrations on your brochure to grab attention.
What exactly do you need in order to leave a lasting impression? Lets look at some key elements to creating valuable content and appealing design that strikes a chord with your reader.
#1 - The most important information to communicate in your brochure is what exactly are you selling service, product or otherwise? When you begin to craft the content for this, consider who your reader is. What problem are they dealing with and, importantly, how will YOU solve it. Let the reader know that you understand their plight.
#2- Spend more time directing your information in connecting to your reader by understanding their needs, rather than making it sound like you are simply talking about yourself. If the reader feels like you are talking to them, then job well done!
#3 Include Free tips and information in your brochure both are great ways to create value! Get creative. Every business can come up with a useful bit of information to deliver something that will inspire your reader to hold onto your brochure as reference for later or even pass it along to a friend or colleague.