Saddle Stictch

Saddle Stitch

Spiral Wire Binding

Wire Bound

Perfect Binding

Perfect Bound

Plastic Comb Bind

Plastic Comb Bind


Saddle stitch books are a popular binding method used for a variety of publications, such as brochures, magazines, and small booklets. Moreover, this method involves folding sheets of paper in half and stapling them along the fold line, creating a neat and secure binding. Saddle stitch books are known for their simplicity and cost-effectiveness, making them an ideal choice for projects with a low page count. Additionally, they offer easy readability, lay flat when open, and are commonly used for informational materials, catalogs, and event programs.


Spiral wire bound books are a versatile and practical binding option for various types of publications. Additionally, this method involves inserting a metal or plastic spiral wire through pre-punched holes along the edge of the pages. Moreover, spiral binding allows the book to lie flat when opened, making it convenient for note-taking, reference materials, and cookbooks. Furthermore, it offers excellent durability and flexibility, as pages can be easily added, removed, or replaced. Spiral wire bound books are often chosen for reports, presentations, manuals, and other documents that require frequent use and easy flipping of pages.



Perfect binding is a popular method for creating professional-looking paperback books. Furthermore, it involves applying a strong adhesive to the spine of the book block, securely attaching the pages to a flexible cover. Additionally, perfect binding provides a clean and sleek appearance, with the option for printing text and graphics on the spine. This method is commonly used for novels, magazines, catalogs, and other publications with a moderate to high page count. Moreover, perfect binding offers durability and a professional finish, making it a popular choice for both self-published authors and commercial printing.



Plastic comb bind books are a versatile and practical binding option for various types of documents. Additionally, this method involves punching rectangular holes along the edge of the pages and then threading a flexible plastic comb through the holes to hold the pages together. Moreover, plastic comb binding allows for easy page turning, as well as the ability to add or remove pages as needed. It is commonly used for reports, presentations, manuals, and other documents that require frequent updates or customization. Furthermore, the plastic comb binding offers durability and flexibility at an affordable cost, making it a popular choice for many organizations and individuals.


Count Pages, Not Sheets

Choose from 8 to 96 pages. Be sure to include 4 cover pages in your total page count.

You can choose full-color printing on all pages of your custom booklet (cover page and inside pages), or black and white printing for the inner covers and inside pages.

​Booklets to Boost Your Business

Use your booklet’s generous amount of space wisely by following these helpful tips.

​Leave space for binding

Keep this in mind while designing the pages of your booklet. Leave enough room for the binding so important information or artwork will not be cut off. This is especially important for perfect binding as images or text that are too close to the spine may be difficult to see.

​Use high resolution Images

Avoid blurry booklet pages by providing high-resolution images and a layout that is at least 300 dpi.

​Choose the right paper and cardstock for your pages

Heavier stocks are more luxurious, but using too many pages of thick cardstock may cause your booklet to stay open—especially with saddle stitching. Ideally, inner pages should be thinner than cover pages, which need to be durable.

Choose a high gloss finish to make your designs look vivid and select matte if you prefer a more modern, elegant look for your custom printed booklet.



Pricing Varies