- Bookmark Printing
Despite what you may have read about the impending demise of printed books, they are alive and well and unlikely to vanish anytime soon. In this digital age, many people of all ages are attracted to non-digital physical items precisely because they are now more exotic. Bookmarks are a great accessory for printed material. With bookmark printing at PrintFirm, you get quality results at a low price.
PrintFirm’s bookmarks are available in measurements of 2” X 7” and 2” X 9”. Quantity that can be ordered begins at 50 pieces, then 100, 150, 200, and progresses upward from there. Our bookmarks are printed on durable 14-point card stock with an option for a glossy UV coating on the front or both sides. UV coating gives protection against dirt and moisture. If you choose to have no coating, the finish will be matte in appearance. Bookmark printing can be on the front or both sides.
You can upload your own bookmark design to PrintFirm.com for bookmark printing. We accept popular graphic design file formats such as PDF, AI, and TIF. We have available pre-made templates that provide a basic graphics background, saving you time during the design process. If nobody in your organization has enough graphic design skill, you can press the “custom design” button when you place an order. PrintFirm’s talented team of graphic artists will create a unique bookmark design. You retain the ability to upload proprietary text and artwork to our artists and they will integrate those elements in the design.
Black and white bookmarks don’t attract nearly as much attention as full color bookmarks. PrintFirm gives you superb full color results for bookmark printing. If you are designing your own bookmarks, we recommend that you convert any RGB images to CMYK before sending us the graphic design files. PrintFirm uses digital printing for quantities under 500. When you order 500 or more pieces, our offset press uses the CMYK subtractive color system. Since RGB is an additive color system, there might be color differences during the transition. If you convert properly, the colors will be exactly how you want them to appear.