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Circus Themed School Presentation Folder

Circus Themed School Presentation Folder (Front View)

Funny Clown Pocket Folder (Front Open View)

Orange Twin Pocket Folder (Front Open View)

CF Staff

CF Staff
Graphic Designer - Company Folders, Inc.

  • Sandra

    Very cute!

About Design

This presentation folder promotes a circus-themed education program put on by Anne Arundel County Public Schools in Maryland. We used a variety of bright colors and energetic imagery (including spiral and star symbols, balloons, and a child in a silly clown costume) to draw the attention of young students. “Come learn under the big top” is also written in a fun balloon-letter font reminiscent of circus thrills.

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Print Specifications

Original 2 Pocket Presentation Folder
Original 2 Pocket Presentation Folder

Size Closed: 9" x 12"
Size Open: 18" x 12"
Print Method (Side 1): Four Color Process

Print Method (Side 2): Blank
Stock: 12pt C1S Semi-Gloss
Coatings: Aqueous Gloss
Slits: None

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