This collection is quite encouraging at first, but not really promising if we considered to use it in this Summer. Fortunately, after spending several hours looking at this while working on another project, I finally got its element that lead me thinking that this is great and enough to be used for your upcoming event this Summer.
Alongside the harmonic combination of Chrysanthemum and rustic color scheme, you are going to get another stuff here. This particular thing helped me change my mind and feature it in today’s post. What was that? It was the secondary decorative element, such as Pastel Rectangle text box, that I personally adore it. I (do) hope you will think so.
Every templates here were already had formatted in either 5×7 for portrait or vice versa, which means you can directly print the final draft on any printing paper without having to convert or resize which is going to result a blurry image.
How do I get these?
If you’re ready to keep it as yours, you may need these following simple instructions,
- Right-Click each one of your selection.
- Then Select “Save Image As”, locate the destination folder.
- Click “Save” or tap “Enter” to start the download process.
- Prepare the apps, such as Adobe Photoshop or Ms. Word, then you can open the file with one of those apps.
How it Works
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 get some information and prepare all the supplies (Printing Paper, Inks, etc.) then print the template on my chosen 5×7 or 7×5 Printing Paper, there is no specific paper required for our template, but if you’re looking for something that has top-notch quality, then pick card-stock, as it’s best all-rounder paper on the market.