Your first impression is important! Make it great with professional Booklets from Digital Edge.
Ideal for smaller magazines and booklets, saddle-stitching involves inserting staples into the spine of a booklet. Use saddle-stitch booklets for manuals and catalogs, provide customers with informational booklets, or even tell the story of your company’s history. Your options with saddle-stitched booklets are endless.
||8.5" x 5.5", 8.5" x 11"
||100lb Silk Text
||Full Colour Both Sides (4/4)
||Print Ready PDF's Preferred
Our templates have been setup with proper marks
and bleeds, assuring your print job turns out accurate. To
download, select the size you wish to use.
1 - All artwork should be placed on the artwork
layer of the template. Using a different layer may cause items to be left out.
2 - All artwork should be setup as CMYK. All other colour modes may have unpredictable results, and we cannot guarantee
the colour output.
3 - Images are recommended to be a minimum of 300 dpi.
4 - Fonts should be a minimum size of
5 - Hide any dieline or Masking layers.
6 - Embed all links, and outline all fonts when finished.
7 - Save as PDF preset
“High Quality Print” with bleed settings turned on.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What material are the Booklets?
We use an industry standard 100lb Silk Text which gives your product a semi-gloss look and satin feel. For reference, office paper is usually 20lb weight, letterhead is 60/70lb, and flyers start at a base weight of 80lb.
Do you offer colour matching?
While we are unable to guarantee colour matching, the vast majority of our customers are pleased with
the final appearance of the colour on their printed material.
Do you use sustainable, recycled materials?
Yes, The majority of our materials contain a percentage of content that is obtained from a
Where are your items printed and manufactured?
Our items are 100% printed and produced in Canada. Now that's something to be proud about!