Die-Cut Flyers

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Die-Cut Flyer Printing


  • Fast printing
  • 5 shapes to choose from
  • Create from Online Design Tool
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Die-Cut Flyer Printing: Be Bold and Different

When it’s time to promote your brand, you need die-cut flyer printing to tell the world that you’re open for business. Flyers, on their own, are able to grab attention and provide customers with crucial information. But when you have custom-shaped flyers, you raise your game to a whole new level. Suddenly, your flyers stand out versus your competitor’s, which is crucial.

Having different flyer shapes can also inspire graphic artists to be more playful with their designs. Opening up a cookie business? Why not have a flyer in the shape of a cookie? With die-cut flyer printing, you can create all sorts of materials for different occasions. Create flyers for parties, birthdays, open houses, and more.

Our flyers can also work as menus for restaurants and bakeries. You can also use them to pass on coupon codes to your customers. 

You Have More Shapes to Choose From With Die-Cut Flyers

Let different shapes lead you to make more customized flyers. We have five flyer shapes to choose from: rectangle with rounded corners, leaf, half-circle, oval, and round. Our flyers are printed on durable 14 pt. or 16 pt. cardstocks. You also have different coating options to fit your needs.

You can create your designs from scratch through our Online Design Tool in case you don’t have one available.


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