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Booklets are suitable for company profiles, annual reports, product introductions, training course materials, and more. Depending on the number of pages, you can opt for a clean saddle-stitch binding, or perfect binding for a more professional feel.

For a cover that doesn't crease with frequent use, we recommend opting for matte or gloss lamination as well as thicker pages for a more professional look.

booklet pink dugong

Materials (Pages)

paper - art paper
paper simili

Art Paper

For booklets that are heavily used and requires slightly more durability, it would be best to use the art paper. 

Weight - 128gsm or 157gsm

Materials (Cover)

Paper - Art Card

Art Card

Booklets require a sturdy cover that offers the inner pages protection. The art card will be suitable for this along with its clarity in print.

Weight - 260gsm or 310gsm


binding - saddle stitch

Saddle Stitching Binding

Saddle stitching binding is folded sheets of paper that are put together and attached by staples through the fold. These stacks are placed over a holding apparatus, with each side hanging over like legs on a saddle. Ideal for booklets that have 80 pages or below.

binding - perfect

Perfect Binding

In perfect binding, the pages and cover are glued together at the spine with a strong yet flexible thermal glue. The other three sides of the book are then trimmed as needed to give them clean "perfect" edges. Used in booklets that have a minimum of 36 pages.





No Lamination

Matt Lamination

Gloss Lamination

Spot UV (1-side / 2 sided)

Foil Stamping



20 booklets

Simili Paper

Booklets that are not used so often or perhaps requires a budget friendlier option, the simili paper would suit this type of booklets better. 

Weight - 80gsm or 120gsm

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