A2 1-Color Envelopes

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A2 1-Color Envelopes

Prices from $47.95

  • 4.375" x 5.75" finished size
  • Standard 24 lb. white paper
  • Custom printed with your logo and return address
  • Printing cannot go to the edge, no bleed
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A2 1-Color Envelopes

A2 1-color envelopes easily get noticed whenever they are handed with invitations, thank you cards or announcement invitation because it creates unique and impressive touch. A2 1-color envelopes features easy-to-seal standard gum sealing that will secure your envelopes contents.

Printing 1 color A2 envelopes is never a problem with Nextdayflyers. There are three options to start with your printing, with a print ready file at your side you can immediately upload your file, start with a free proof or choose professional design services.

We at nextdayflyers.com offers faster printing turnaround in 2-4 business days. To check your printing cost you can use our printing calculator. We are also equipped with knowledgeable staff that can help you complete your printing process. Give us a call now at 855-898-9870.

 

Next Step:

15-Point PrePress Check Process

15-Point PrePress Check Process


  • Resolution review
  • Size verification
  • Bleed verification
  • Safety review
  • Human verification of artwork matching the order specs
  • Color mode review - evaluate for major color shift
  • Check for white overprint
  • For orders requiring post-press work; verify scores, die-cuts, folding and mailing clearance
  • Preflight press ready files and final human inspection
  • Electronic verification of the files submitted to next work area
  • Electronic preflight checks: fonts, vector images, raster images, resolution, and color modes
  • InRip trapping for optimal print registration
  • Human verified order specifications
  • Human inspected order output
  • Human inspected order plating

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