We can produce virtually any size or shape, in the colours, or finish you’d prefer.

We’ve been producing the highest quality brochures, flyers, postcards and other marketing material for businesses, large and small.

Depending on what your aims are, you may be surprised with the huge range of brochures we can design for you. With a large portfolio of artwork we have created for a variety of businesses, you can be sure that there is something to suit your specific requirements.

The professional and friendly team at Ink on Paper will look after you, from our in-house graphic designer, who can make your marketing item look amazing (and even give your brand a refresh) to our digital and offset printing experts.

If you are looking for something unique in design and layout for your brochure, our professional designer can help. We will talk you through every step of the design process so you can follow our progress, give us feedback and make changes as you see fit. We will give you a brochure design that you love; this is our aim at Ink on Paper.

Our expertise is to design, produce and print brochures and we at Ink on Paper are here every step of the way, from choosing the right paper type to discussing quality print finishes.



A3 to A4 Folded Brochures:

The ever – popular standard size for many brochures. Not too big and easy to mail or store, you can’t go wrong with an A4 brochure. Folded brochures are an essential part of the marketing mix. Rest them on a countertop or hand them out to prospects.

A5 Brochures:

Half the size of an A4, these are a good way to make a mini-book, or pamphlet.

DL Brochures:

There are some popular combinations for the DL format including single pages printed on either one, or both sides, 4 page options or 6 page, tri-fold or gate-fold brochure.

  • A4 to DL Roll Fold Brochure
    What a great way to tell your story. As the brochure unfolds, so does your brand. Roll-fold brochures take consumers on a journey, with each new page revealing new messages and new images. This is a great option for brands that want to do more than the same old, same old.
  • A4 to DL Z Fold Brochure
    If you want your brand to stand out, so should your marketing. The reason Z-folded brochures are so effective is that they’re unusual enough to be edgy yet familiar enough to be comfortable. People often find them easier to handle and read than the usual roll folded version.
  • A4 to A5 Folded Brochure
    The more digital the world gets, the more powerful brochures become. Back in the day, everyone used brochures. Now, not so much. That means they’re standing out like never before. Words on paper have a greater impact than text on screen. Folded brochures are an efficient way to build your brand.
  • DL Half Fold Brochure
    DL half folded brochures, or the Double DL as they are sometimes known, are wide and wonderful. Fantastic for businesses who still want a DL finished size but don’t need the coverage of the traditional DL roll folded brochure. They might be compact but they still gives you the option of using photography to your advantage.

Call us @ INK ON PAPER on 8326 3889 to discuss your next design and/or printing project!


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Simply phone Jo on 0490 852 472 or email for a review of your printing and see how Ink on Paper can assist you. Competitive pricing and complimentary good service assured!

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How Can We Help You!

As the Fleurieu Peninsula’s largest multicolour offset printer, Ink on Paper pride themselves on service, price and the best quality print – every time!

Located at Lonsdale we offer a quick turnaround on artwork and proofs to ensure deadlines are met with timely delivery of printed goods to your door for peace of mind.  As well as our offset printing capabilities, Ink on Paper have the latest digital colour printing equipment for short run business cards, brochures, posters and more.  Our service and high quality print is valued by our customers.


The printing process


At Ink On Paper, we transform your designs into beautiful full colour or black and white quality printed material, using the industry standard 4-colour printing process with our top-of-the-line printing presses, or high quality digital printer. We can also add more flare to your product by Foil stamping, Embossing, Die cutting and laminating. For those who need a design created, we also have that service.

If you are tired of the same prints that all the online companies provide, it is time to give Ink On Paper a try. Why deal with online companies who do not know who you are nor do they care about your printing needs? Our staff will help you from the beginning to the end and make sure we will provide the best service possible.



We will design a business card that best represents you and your business. Put your best foot forward.

Whether you need a simple box or a custom packaging solution complete with complex die-cuts and foil stamping, we make sure to give your product a high “shelf appeal” factor.

Need a poster for a concert, trade show, indie movie, or festival? These are just a small sample of the kinds of posters we can create for you.

Brochures are a very powerful marketing tool. That’s why we put so much into them, starting with your own input. We start with a creative custom design, and we also offer optional copywriting services to make sure your brand messaging is conveyed in a professional tone that is appropriate to your specific audience.

We design signs for just about any application. In-store, trade show, banners, real estate, even billboards.

Ink on Paper cover everything from business cards and stationery systems to annual reports. Many businesses like yours pair this service with a logo design project to provide you with a powerful and consistent brand identity across all materials.


Choosing the best printing effect


There is a wide range of fresh and exciting special printing effects to experiment with that can really enable your advertising and marketing materials to appear unique and attract attention – from foil stamping and die cutting to embossing and debossing.

Special printing effects are attractive to the eye, and they also prompt people to use their sense of touch. Scientists have proven that tactile stimuli have a deeper connection to the memory than comparable visual or auditory stimuli. By investing in special printing features, you make a longer lasting impression on your potential customers.

  • Die cutting
  • Embossing and debossing
  • Foiling (Foil stamping)
  • Metallic inks
  • Spot UV
  • Varnish
  • Laminate



Die cutting is a special printing effect that uses steel cutting dies to cut specific designs and shapes into your printed materials. Die cuts refers to the areas of the material that are sheared away by the dies blade in a fashion that is similar to a cookie cutter.

Patterns and Shapes
Die cutting creates patterns from the decorative shapes that get cut out. Many times, the cut piece will be incorporated with a larger piece to provide a window-like or frame effect, allowing part of an interior image to peek through. Other times, the main shape of an object is formed by die cutting the paper in a specifically designed manner.
A die cut can be as simple as a slit created to hold a business card to a folder by its corners, round corners on a business card or as intricate as a complex design for a greeting card. With a tantalizing combination of tactile and visual appeal, these special printing effects can get quite creative. They tend to enhance images and text by allowing them to stand out from the background.

Popular Designs
Some of the more common uses for die cutting are door hanger slits, holes, flaps, rounded corners, and pop-ups. We at Ink on Paper have a large variety of dies in stock, but also specially order metal dies for custom orders.



Embossing and debossing are related special printing effects that use metal dies, pressure, and heat to transform a paper’s surface. They’re usually used to texturise business cards and to design beautiful invitations, such as those used for weddings.

Embossing uses male and female dies to raise graphics and lettering from paper to create a visually enticing three-dimensional effect. Many business owners use this cool printing technique on business cards and brochures, allowing them to stand out from their competitors.

Debossing is a similar process, though the male and female dies lower the surface of the paper to create lettering or an image. The lettering is pressed inward through the same basic technique as embossing, with two metal dies meeting on the paper.



Foiling or foil stamping is a specialty printing process that uses heat, pressure, metal dies and foil film. The foil comes in rolls in a wide assortment of colours, finishes, and optical effects. Metallic foil is most commonly seen today – particularly gold foil, silver foil, copper foil, and holographic metallic foils – but foil rolls are also available in solid colors in both glossy and matte finishes.

This process can highlight your logo or text on your printed material such as your business card. Popular choices are gold, silver or rose gold amongst other choices.



Metallic inks are a less expensive alternative to foiling, but still create special printing effects that catch the eye. While the results may appear similar, metallic ink is an actual toner used by printers to acquire the same shiny effect.

Metallic ink contains gold or silver flakes, which allow text and graphics to pop, especially when contrasted with dark-colored paper. This printing technique should use the metallic inks sparingly to focus the eye on a special offer or feature, since overuse can overwhelm your potential customers.



Spot UV coating is applied to matte coating to cure particular areas of flat paper into a slightly glossed section designed to capture visual interest. This area of focus usually contains text, graphics, or images that can be tilted back and forth to create a holographic effect, resulting from reflected light.



Varnish is a liquid shellac that is added to a printed piece of paper to provide it with either a satin, glossy, or dull finish. Similar to a clear top coat of paint, varnish is applied as a final layer of ink over a printed item. It protects the final product from smudges, scratches, and other types of damage, such fingerprint marks. Its crisp effect can enhance readability of an item by reducing glare. It is also applied to photos printed on matte paper in order to make them “pop” and to strengthen them so they last longer.



Great for protecting the ink coverage from scratching while also giving a thicker feel. Often times, this coating eliminates scratches, scuffs, and tears. It provides either a glossy or a matte finish and provides a unique look that stands.


Our new soft touch laminate is practically a matte finish laminate with a velvety soft feel to it, absorbing all the light rather than reflecting it.


If you have any questions or would like to see samples from our large portfolio of special effect prints, call us @ INK ON PAPER on 8326 3889.



Paper sizes, weights, colours and textures

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