This week, we’re highlighting two creative ways to use a Circular Accordion for your holiday greetings.
We’re dedicating an entire month to bringing you great ideas for your 2019 holiday cards! Here’s a Rectangular Twist Fold.
This creative invitation piles on the “wow-factor” through format, design, inkjet printing technology, and multi-point personalization.
Here’s a brilliant modification to a simple pop-up format that was featured on Fold of the Week episode 282.
This self-mailer was designed to give students something to cheer about!
This invitation drew nearly 3x the average registrations of the previous 14 events! Now, that’s some bang for your buck.
This brochure features an unusual L-Cross cover with a short flap that lifts to reveal an eight-page stitched brochure on the inside.
This simple modification to a classic Double Parallel fold brings new life and interest to the format.
Envelope-style pointed iron cross format features three nesting pieces that hold a foil-stamped invitation to “Invitation Only.”
Trish shares a brilliant format that was used in a successful mail campaign, but the creative and the client are a mystery.
The piece supports a capital campaign for San Francisco State University and creates an interesting opening experience.
You’ll love this clever production feat produced by Suttle-Straus for client Epic Specialty Benefits.
This week’s featured format packs a punch with dimension, interaction, and machinability all-in-one!
The addition of angled geometric shapes add interest and engagement to this simple accordion brochure from CIM Marketing Partners.
Designed and produced by the team at Suttle-Straus, this fun format offers lots of impact and production efficiency.