Saturday - Sep 23, 2017

Guide To Designing A Greeting Card


You give a card to a person you love during Christmas, a birthday card and any other occasion. You can buy the cards from your local store, but if you are creative you can create your own cards.

Ideas on Designing the Cards

There are many card design ideas that you can go with:

Card stock: you can make the cards from a card stock that you buy from your craft supply store in your area. The cards come in different colours and patterns and all you need to do is choose the one that is right for you. You should buy a large card stock and cut the cards from it.

Photo paper: if you have your printer you can create a beautiful greeting card from a photo paper. You need to buy the papers from your local store and print your pictures or message on the cards.

If you don’t have a printer at work of home you don’t have to worry as you can use a photo kiosk. You need to go with your message or photo and the kiosk attendants will print it on a photo paper.

With the technological advances you don’t have to visit a photo kiosk to print your message—you can send it over the internet and only visit the kiosk to pick your already-printed card.

Tips on how to Create a Great Greeting Card

For you to create a beautiful card you need to follow a number of tips. Some of these tips include:

Text: this is the message that you are delivering. You can print the text or hand-write it. If you are going to print the text you should use a font that matches the message. For example, if you are sending the card to your lover you should use slant lines to show love.

Printing your message is not only easy, it also protects you from making grammatical mistakes as the computer software corrects the errors for you.

While printing is great, one of its major flaws is that you tend to have unevenly spaced lines which can give your card an ugly look. To be on the safe side you should be cautious and ensure that you don’t use a font size that will give you uneven lines.

To give your card a professional look you should come up with unique text for both the interior and front faces of the card.

Images: it’s often said that pictures are worth a million words thus it’s good to have images in your card. The images should not only carry a unique message, they should also fit the page boundaries of the card faces. As rule of thumb you should place the images in areas that compliment the entire look of the card.

Conclusion

This is what you need to know about greeting card designs. It’s easy to create a greeting card if you are creative enough. Unfortunately, not everyone wants to go through the trouble. If you are one of the people who don’t want trouble you should hire a professional to design the cards for you.