Map / Cross Folded Leaflet Printing - up to 24 printed panels
Cross Fold Leaflets means that the leaflet is folded in both directions, which gives you more "pp" or "printed pages". For example, an 8pp A5 is an A3 sheet folded in half top to bottom, and then folded in half again left to right to create 8 pages of A5 (4 on each side). This type of special folded leaflet is often referred to as Map Folding.
Cross folded leaflets are perfect when you need a really big leaflet rather than a brochure. A cross folded leaflet will really come in to its own when you have a single large image to go on one side and panels of text on the other. Typically the single image is a map but it could also be a product picture, an events and gig guide or a tourist directory.
Cross Folded Leaflets
1. Build Your Order
2. Choose your Quantity and Pages
Quantity 8pp 12pp 16pp 20pp 24pp 500 1,000 2,500 5,000 7,500 10,000 15,000 20,000
Dispatched within 7WORKING days of order, payment and proof approval for next working day delivery. PLEASE NOTE: Your artwork may "flatter" than normal on 100% Recycled Paper or Board. We will email you a PDF Proof to which you MUST reply and approve before we print!
Our Cross Fold Leaflet Range is printed in full colour throughout using eco-friendly vegetable oil based ink. With multiple pages available a cross-fold leaflet is a cost effective alternative to a printed brochure.
Cross Fold Leaflet Specification
- Printed on thick 120gsm 100% Recycled Paper, or gorgeous 150gsm Gloss or Silk Art
- Printed litho in full colour on both sides with vegetable oil based inks
- Our design service is available for this product. Email us on firstname.lastname@example.org with your requirements
- Dispatched in 5 to 7 days from payment and proof approval
- FREE delivery and no VAT due
Some Leaflet Printing folds are really complicated in terms of getting the pagination correct. Contact us via email@example.com or 01903 742003 if you have any questions regarding the fold patterns available.
Concertina fold three times and then cross fold in half
Fold in half, fold in half again and then cross fold in half