Articles tagged with greeting cards
With the holidays right around the corner, Dave shows us how to create a special greeting card with some soft, light bokeh.
Since spring and summer are such big wedding seasons, Liz shows you how to create a simple wedding announcement postcard.
For holiday cards that express your unique personality, skip the templates. We’ll show you how to design custom greeting cards.
This is an online companion to Diana Day’s Custom Photo Card article in the upcoming November/December issue of Photoshop Elements Techniques.
This is the sixth in Wendy Williams’ series of Christmas card tutorials.
It has been a few years since I last did a tutorial on making a Christmas card, so I thought that this year I would do a couple more. Here is the first one; the second one will follow shortly….
It is not too early to start thinking about holiday cards. Dave shows you how to embellish yours.
With Valentine’s Day coming up I thought that it would be a good time to make a Valentine’s Card. In this tutorial I will show you how to use a photograph to fill text, its quite a good effect and…
If you usually rely on someone else’s holiday card design, how about trying your hand at designing your own this year? It’s easy!
Use gradients and the Halftone Filter to create an interesting dotted background for your work.
Making your own cards is fun and your friends really will appreciate getting a personal card from you.
In this tutorial I will show you how to make the outside of a birthday card, and then, in a later tutorial I will show you how to make the inside.
This one is a simple card to make and looks quite effective … I call it a scribble tree.
As quite a few people are now starting to make their Valentine Day Cards, I thought that I would come up with a simple tutorial that has plenty of scope for additions and variations.
On the forum we have been making Snowflakes so I thought that we could use them to make a Christmas Card.
Of course you could purchase a Father’s Day card, but how much more personal and fun to create your own, using a photo of the children and their father. Use Photoshop Elements to create a personalized Father’s Day card and get it ready to print on an inkjet printer.