October 3, 2014

Snowflake Merry & Bright Christmas Card
Free Download

Hey everyone, guess what is just around the corner! Christmas!! I know you aren't thinking about it right now. Nor am I! I'm still concentrating on Labor day of this year, and pleading with the weather Gods to keep up this beautiful weather we are having here in Kansas right now. It won't though. :( I'm honestly not a big fan of cold weather, even though I come from the great state of Utah. 
Today, I have this cute 5x7 christmas card for you to download (for personal use only). I created this card years ago for one of our readers. I decided to finally make it available for everyone else. I made some small changes to the original, but I still love this design even if it's more then a few years old. 
It's relatively easy to navigate in photoshop. I have a front to the design and a simple design for the backside (It is optional! below you will find instruction on what to do with it). I thought you could write personal messages to each person/family/relative you send these to, with the amount of negative space I give in the back. Make sure you have the appropriate font installed on your computer. I used the font called Euphorigenic. You can download it at dafont.com
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  If you don't want to handle the pain of editing this for print yourself, let us do it for you! Purchase this from our new print shop, go here to check it out. 

A little note about the psd file -

If you want to use the optional  backside for a double sided card - There will be two different folders and a layer with guidelines. One folder will have all the layer for the front design and layers for the optional backside. When you open the file, you will see what I mean. I suggest you save the different sides as a png or jpg file and naming them something like "backside/front for invitation". * sidenote: make sure that you hide the other layer when saving them for print, especially the guideline layer!

Where can you print double sided cards? You can use *Costco or *Vistaprint. There are other services but you can use, but you can do your own homework on that one.

If you are not planning on using the optional backside - If you plan on printing this as a 5 x 7 photo and purchasing your own envelopes. Then ignore the backside layer - you can delete it or just hide it, then begin working on your invitation.

If you have any problems email us at lovinglifedesigns at gmail dot com. 

*We are not getting paid to say that!

Enjoy!  Michelle 
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