These are just a few examples from the spectrum of colour envelopes available within our range, designed to help with your creative skills. From pure white to our very popular black envelopes. Make your statement and add a coloured envelope.
Our online envelope printing service is fast, efficient and very easy to use. This facility is now available to all our customers.
Prices start at £7.90 for 100 envelopes
The best online prices and a full range of sizes available. Create your envelope online with our online envelope editor or just upload
your artwork file. This now allows our customers to get even more creative and add that personal touch to their envelopes.
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Our envelope size guide demonstrates the standard envelope sizes in the UK and the size of the paper they accomodate.
C4 envelopes are 229 x 324mm in size and a A4 card blank can fit inside or an A3 card blank folded in half. These C4 envelopes are ideal for sending A4 documents or certificates.
C5 envelopes are 162 x 229mm in size and fit an A5 card blank or A4 card blank folded in half. These C5 envelopes are also known as A5 envelopes and are ideal for sending larger greetings cards.
C6 envelopes are 114 x 162mm in size and will fit an A5 card blank folded once or an A4 card blank folded four times. These C6 envelopes perfect for greetings cards or any occasion.
Traditional sized DL envelopes are 110 x 220mm and fit an A4 card blank folded twice or an A5 card blank folded once. These DL envelopes are a popular sized envelope and are ideal for all occasions.
Gummed envelopes require to be wetted with liquid in order to be stuck down. These are the traditional envelopes and are very popular.
Peel and seal envelopes have a sticky flap underneath a paper strip that you peel off. Peel and seal envelopes make sealing the flap easier.
Self seal envelopes stick when they are pressed down without any need of wetting.
Pocket envelopes have the flap on the short edge rather than the longer edge.