Create Half Page Flyers & Quarter Page Flyers

Joanna —  November 22, 2011 — Leave a comment

Flyers and ads can be created in all shapes and sizes. When choosing a flyer size, consider print costs, visibility, and your method of distribution. If you are printing in a magazine or newspaper, you will probably need to adjust your flyer or ad’s size to the publication’s print requirements. For stand alone flyers, designing your flyer two or four to a page makes for easy, fast, and cost effective printing.

1/2-page and 1/4-page Flyer Template

The first example below shows a StockLayouts half page flyer template placed 2-up on an 8.5″ x 11″ sheet of paper, effectively making each flyers final size 8.5″ x 5.5″.

The image on the right shows a quarter page flyer placed 4-up on a page. After cutting the document into four flyers, the size of each piece will be 4.25″ x 5.5″.

Half Page Flyer Design Quarter Page Flyer Design

When printing on an 8.5″ x 11″ sheet of paper, you must leave some margin for the printer. The above examples show that a white margin surrounds the design. If your printer supports borderless printing or you are sending out your design to a professional printer, you may want to add bleed or cut your design down to the desired size.

If you need ideas and tips for distributing your flyer, please read How to Create and Distribute Promotional Flyers.

Graphic Design Resources

Purchase and download 1/4 and 1/2-page flyer templates from StockLayouts.

Find Microsoft Word flyer templates at

Learn how to customize templates easily and quickly with Graphic Design Tutorial Videos.

Try a free sample flyer and see how easy StockLayouts templates are to customize.


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