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William Jewell College Custom Made Folder

William Jewell College Custom Made Folder (Front View)

William Jewell College Custom Made 2-Pocket Folder (Inside View)

William Jewell College Custom Made Presentation Folder (Front Angled View)

Custom Made Folders for William Jewell College (Front Foil View)

About Design

William Jewell College is a prestigious liberal arts university located just outside of Kansas City, Missouri. This custom made folder uses a custom designed template to create a closed tab look that is unique and eye-catching. The design’s color scheme replicates the school colors, with a red insignia of the campus bell tower to give it visual interest.


The black on black design can often be difficult to pull off since you run the risk of making elements too dark to stand out. However, the use of foil makes the black text catch the light so that it can be easily understood, resulting in a clever, sophisticated look.

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Print Specifications

Custom-Made Product
Custom-Made Product

Print Method (Side 1): 5 Foil Areas
Print Method (Side 2): Blank
Stock: 100lb Deep Black Linen

Coatings: None
Slits: B2 Brochure Slit - Center Pocket

Additional Information:

Non-metallic Black Foil and Metallic Apple Foil

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