Get creative and show your clients that you are outstanding in your trade. We offer full color envelopes with great designs for you to choose from. Choose #9 Commercial, #10 Standard or #10 Window Envelopes. Don’t forget the matching Letterhead. We also offer envelopes printed in grayscale for a more cost effective option.
Envelopes are a crucial component of corporate identity and can be accompanied with a formal letter for direct-mail advertising or used for day-to-day correspondence. Whether you are mailing a letter, an announcement or a brochure, showcase your logo and company information for maximum exposure. Personalized envelopes attract the immediate attention of the reader or the customer even before they reach for the letter opener!
Make sure your envelopes stand out from the pile of other advertisements. Order color envelopes to reinforce your company's identity.
Since our envelope paper stock is uncoated, you can easily write on your envelopes or use them in your Laser or InkJet printers for customization.
We offer grayscale printing as well as a more cost effective option.
Full color envelopes with full bleed may need to be custom quoted as they are printed flat, then cut, converted, and glued. Note: We do not print on the inside of the envelope.
When uploading your own designs please follow the specs below. Thanks!
File Format: We accept the following file formats: PDF.
Resolution: All file formats must have a minimum of 300 dpi (dot per inch) resolution at 100% of the final print size. Images designed for the web typically cannot be used for printing as they have a low screen resolution of 72 dpi. Print images need to be created at a minimum of 300 dpi or there will be a substantial drop in the image quality.
Color Mode: All color artwork and/or images must be provided in CMYK (cyan, magenta, yellow, black) color mode. We cannot guarantee 100% color match. We are able to match your color up to 85%, so there might be a 15% shift in color when your product is printed. We recommend limited usage of blues and reds, simply because they are the hardest colors to match.
Bleed: Bleed is a printing term that is used to describe a document which has images or elements that touch the edge of the page, extending beyond the trim edge and leaving no white margin. When a document has bleed, it must be printed on a larger sheet of paper and then trimmed down. Artwork containing bleed & crop marks may be requested from you by FlintPrints in order to properly produce your printed material.
Fonts: Be sure to embed your fonts or create outlines.