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A6 Flyers and Leaflets


A6 flyers pack a big punch in a small package! Small in size but not in impact, A6 flyers offer enough space to display the most essential information and get your message across effectively. A6 leaflets are not only cost-efficient, but they are also easy to distribute, making them perfect for high-traffic areas and business events. They easily fit inside any envelope, making them a great choice for direct postal marketing too. Get your message out there with A6 flyers!

Note: Looking for another flyer size? Check out our classic flyers.

  • Cost-effective marketing
  • Perfect for direct mailing campaigns

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Product specifications
Material - 135 gsm to 400 gsm Silk (Matte) & Gloss art print machine coated paper
- 140 gsm to 300 gsm offset paper (writable)
- 170 g/m² Recystar Nature (100% recycled)
Finishing - 400 gsm: Gloss, Matte, Gloss lamination, Matte lamination
- 250 gsm: Gloss, Matte, Writable
- 170 gsm: Matte, Writable
- 135 gsm Gloss, Matte, Writable
Print technique High-quality digital & offset
Print options Single-sided | Double-sided
Print colour Full colour
Design guidelines
Tips to create eye-catching flyers

Here are 3 top tips to make your flyer effective at garnering attention:
1. Try using 2 fonts - one for the headline and one for the body. A flyer that has too many fonts is difficult to read and looks unprofessional.
2. Make your headline catchy and easy to read. The shorter it is, the better your chances are of engrossing the reader.
3. Lastly, images are powerful. Try adding a photo instead of loads of text. It works better at drawing a reader in, as large bodies of text can be quite intimidating to read.

Using a border/frame is not recommended

It is recommended to count with a margin of error when stacks of copies are trimmed during the production process. This slight cutting deviation is usually not noticeable, nevertheless, we recommend avoiding adding borders smaller than 20 mm in your design for any product smaller than an A4 (210 x 297 mm). Otherwise, the design might end up looking off-centre.

Add 3 mm bleed.

To allow leeway for cutting differences in production, always add a bleed of 3 mm around all edges of your design. Make sure colours, background pictures and layouts extend into the bleed area so as to avoid leaving white lines as a result of cutting tolerances.

Keep 4 mm safety margin.

Keep all important text and images at least 4 mm away from the edge of the finished size.

Use CMYK as the colour mode.

Prepare your files using CMYK as the colour mode, not RGB. Use colourmode FOGRA39 (ISO Coated v2). If you are unsure of the colour mode of your file, don't worry we can always convert this for you. Keep in mind this can cause the colours to differ from the original file.

Resolution of at least 300 dpi.

Make sure the resolution of the images and graphics in your artwork are at least 300 dpi.

Fonts should be at least 6 pt.

Fonts should be at least 6 pt.

Make sure the ink coverage isn't higher than 300%.

Force Colour Images to CMYK with a 260% ink limit (in Photoshop > Convert Colour Profile > Photoshop 5 Default CMYK). Make sure the ink coverage isn't higher than 300%.

Save your files in uneditable, print-ready file formats.

Save your files in uneditable, print-ready file formats (PDF (1.4 or higher), TIFF, EPS, JPG). Deliver your files in one layer: the background layer.

Convert fonts to outlines or embed all the fonts.

Make sure you convert fonts to outlines or embed all the fonts when saving it to PDF.

Use the right values for full colour black.

Use Rich Black (C:63% M:52% Y:51% K:100%) for larger areas and text to get a deep black colour. Do not use this value for text smaller than 15 pt or plain text. This can only be used in full colour printing. For designing black smaller texts use 100% black.

Check line thickness.

Lines should be at least 0.25 pt. Negative lines should be at least 0.5 pt.

Check your artwork for overprint.

Make sure no elements in your artwork are set on overprint unless you want this effect in your design. You can read more about overprint in our Help Centre.

Check your artwork before submitting your files

We do not check spelling, grammar, punctuation or personal information (such as telephone numbers), so be sure to check these yourself before submitting files.

Guide PDF
A6 Portrait (105 x 148 mm) PDF Indesign
A6 Landscape (148 x 105 mm) PDF Indesign
Frequently asked questions
What is the A6 size for flyers?
  • A6 flyers make for an ideal choice if you are planning for a small flyer design with comprehensive information about your brand. While it is one of the smallest flyers available, measuring at 105 x 148 mm, they offer sufficient space for creativity without needing to sacrifice content. This makes them cost-efficient, allowing you to save more while getting the most out of your flyer.

    Paper format: A6 Flyer
    Dimensions in milimeters: 105 x 148 mm
    Dimensions in Centimeters: 10.5 x 14.8 cm
    Dimensions in Inches: 4.13 x 5.83 in

Ordering process
Ordering with own design
Choose and configure: Choose the product, select your preferences and your desired delivery time.

Add to cart: Add to cart, review your preferences and edit/duplicate if needed. We recommend opting for Premium Artwork Check.

Checkout: Choose the delivery and invoice address.

Payment & design: Choose your preferred payment method in this step. You can also choose to upload your artwork first and pay at a later stage.

Design check: Upload your design. We'll send a digital proof for your approval before the order gets sent to production.

Sit back and relax!
Using editor design
Choose and configure: Find the best product for you, configure it and choose your delivery time.*

Design in the editor: Now you can upload and edit your artwork, if necessary, with the help of our editors. From here, you can add your product(s) to the cart.

Checkout: Choose the delivery and invoice address.

Payment: Choose your preferred payment method in this step.

Design check: We'll send a digital proof for your approval before the order gets sent to production.

Sit back and relax!

Print run

Prices mentioned are per design. For multiple designs, add multiple items to your cart. In order to keep our prices economical, we offer standard quantities. Are you looking for a higher quantity? Request a quote.

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Estimated delivery date

Upload and approve your files before: Monday, 17 June 2024 11:30

£28.58 £21.70 Excl. VAT

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What material can I choose for my flyers?

    • Glossy

      Glossy: The glossy finish gives the paper a subtle sheen. It's perfect for photographs as the colours show up quite vivid.

    • Matte

      Matte: The matte finish is quite subtle and is perfect if your design is text-heavy.

    • Uncoated

      Offset | Writable: This paper is uncoated, which means that it's possible to write on your paper. This is perfect if you need your customers to write on your paper, perhaps to fill in some information.

    • Recycled

      Recystar Nature: 100% recycled paper and sustainably produced. The natural white colour gives the print a natural look.

    • Bio Top

      Bio Top: Recyclable and made through a chlorine-free (TCF) bleaching process with no optical brightening agents. This process leaves the paper with an off-white colour and a natural, uncoated texture. It is pleasant to the touch and comfortable for reading.

      Bio Top
    • Paperwise Natural

      PaperWise Natural: Unbleached and made from agricultural waste. Sustainable with low environmental impact, it is uncoated and has a natural light brown colour.

      Paperwise Natural

What paper can I use for my A6 Flyers and Leaflets?

    • 135gsm gloss

      120-135 gsm is the most common choice since it’s lightweight, easy to distribute, and less prone to crinkling when compared to regular printing paper, which is about 1.5x thinner. This option is a bargain for businesses with a small marketing budget because it can be arranged at a price that’s convenient for sharing with many people without breaking the bank.

      135gsm gloss
    • 170gsm gloss

      170 gsm paper is often chosen for conferences and trade shows. Being about 2x thicker than standard printing paper, their sturdiness makes them an attractive option for professional gatherings.

      170gsm gloss
    • 250gsm gloss

      250-300 gsm paper is often used by the hospitality and retail industries. This paper type is 3x thicker than standard printing paper, making it feel extremely sturdy.

      250gsm gloss

Printing options

Print run