Did you know what’s the important part of crafting any invitation cards? Really? That’s true, you certainly need a few skills, in order to craft your own card. What if you don’t have that skills? The best way to do that would be using design template.
What was that?
It’s kind of using template designs to help you cut down the long process of designing your own invitation card from scratch or avoiding you to give up and buy the custom one. This awesome 8+ Colorful Balloons templates are free and editable, even with simple apps like Ms. Paint and Word.
As we can see, this kind of design colorful yet elegant design. Everything has been carefully organized, such as the way how the picture frame at the center of the card. It will be surrounded by tons of cute decorations like, balloons, birthday gift boxes, bunting flags and many more. In addition, since there are eight of them, I’ve put a couple of knick-knacks on it and makes it different for you to choose.
You also got a designated place (as I said earlier), an adorable photo frame in ellipse shape that allows you to put your kid’s photo in there. Right next to the frame, you can write all the detailed information about your upcoming party, like Where, Who, When and so on. Last but not least, you might have this question, isn’t it? Is it customizable? Absolutely, folks! This template has already come with both JPG and Docx File-format, and at the end of this article, I’ve put a couple instructions below, regarding how to download and how to open the file.
- Choose your favorite template
- Click on each one of your selected template
- A pop-up page will appear so you will need to wait for a second
- Right click those image or template
- Then choose “Save Image As” and Tap your “Enter” key to download it
- Now your template will be automatically saved
Once the download process is finished, check the file and you can begin the editing process by opening it (template file) with Adobe Photoshop or Microsoft word. Print the final draft of your invitation card on any printing paper you have chosen. For me, I’d rather to use a quite pricey paper for better quality than using a cheaper ones but sacrificing the quality.
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