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Kentucky Bride Magazine Presentation Folder

Kentucky Bride Wedding Magazine Folder (Front View)


Kentucky Bride Black and White Logo Folder (Front Open View)


Kentucky Bride White 2-Pocket Folder (Inside Right View)


Kentucky Bride Business Pocket Folder (Inside View)


About Design

Kentucky Bride’s presentation folder design is elegantly simple. Since the only printed element is the wedding magazine’s branded logo, the audience is bound to focus their attention on it.

 

Inside, the left-hand pocket features two corner-style business card slits, while the right-hand pocket is left clean and blank.

© Design Copyright: Attribution, Non-Commercial and No Derivatives

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Print Specifications

Square Corners Two Pocket Presentation Folder
Square Corners Two Pocket Presentation Folder

Size Closed: 9" x 12"
Size Open: 18" x 12"
Print Method (Side 1): 1 Foil Area

Print Method (Side 2): Blank
Stock: 100lb White Linen
Coatings: None
Slits: H3 Right Pocket


Additional Information:

Non-Metallic Black Foil


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